Apple today has re-launched its Accessibility site in light of International Day of Persons with Disabilities.
The redesigned Accessibility site includes a new collection of built-in features and tutorial videos, making it easier for persons to navigate Apple software.
A Deep Dive into Apple's Accessibility Features
Apple's Accessibility site highlights the built-in features with bold statements headlining a deeper dive into vision, mobility, hearing, cognitive features, and available devices.
The Vision feature includes features like VoiceOver, for persons to hear what's happening on their screens, VoiceOver + Braille, for persons to connect braille or use Braille Screen input, Magnifier, like a magnifying glass, uses a camera to increase text size and many more.
Apple's Mobility feature includes Voice Control, where voice is a command, Switch Control for easier navigation, Assistive Touch to customize touch preferences, and more.
The Hearing feature has Sound Recognition for detecting specific sounds using in-device intelligence. It also has Headphone Accommodations, which allows persons to customize their headphone preferences.
In addition, the Hearing feature gives users Live Listening for clearer conversations in a loud setting and Sensory Alerts that aims to help catch every word, signal, and sign.
Lastly, All Cognitive features, including Spoken Content, Safari Reader, Guided Access, and Dictation, will hold a person's undivided attention to their Apple device!
Apple's How-To Videos & More
The Apple Support YouTube channel rolled out some new tutorial videos on navigating the accessibility features.
Here is one on the Magnifying feature:
The Apple Accessibility website relaunched when persons with disabilities are also facing the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic. This new website is aimed at making this unprecedented time a little easier for everyone who needs it.
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