Configure iOS VoiceOver Learn how to configure iOS VoiceOver so you can run iOS VoiceOver commands to test your app’s screen reader compatibility during your test session. Before you start You’ll need the following: A local Kobiton server (Cloud or Standalone) installed with a Kobiton GEM or Orion Audio Board Card. An iOS device running iOS 12.0 or later. Due to Apple’s policies, this feature is only available for local Kobiton servers with macOS Big Sur 11.5 or earlier. Configure VoiceOver On the local Kobiton server, open System Preferences, and turn on Bluetooth. Take note of the name under This Mac is discoverable as… Connect your iOS device to the local Kobiton server. Then on the iOS device, open Settings and select Bluetooth. Turn on Bluetooth, then select the local Kobiton server’s name under Devices. On the local server, accept the paring request. Back on the iOS device, go back to Settings, select Accessibility, then turn on VoiceOver. Select Audio and turn on Send to HDMI. You will not use an HDMI connection during testing, however this setting is still required for full VoiceOver functionality. Now you can run iOS VoiceOver commands during a manual test session.