Mac OS comes with a suite of accessibility features. For users with low vision, these include, but are not limited to:
- Inverted colours and high contrast options.
- Colour filters.
- Mouse and cursor accommodations.
- Speak selected text.
- Zoom – This allows the user to easily zoom in and out across the operating system.
- VoiceOver – A screen-reader which turns all items on the screen into spoken or braille feedback.
These can be found by going to the Accessibility section in System Preferences.