Tag Archives: iOS

What’s New in iOS 10 Accessibility for Blind, Low Vision and Deaf-blind Users →

By Scott Davert writing for AppleVis.com

Another fall is upon us, which means football season has started, temperatures are starting to drop, and that a new version of iOS is coming out. Another seemingly established tradition is that another article discussing the new accessibility features is in order. Just like the past several years, there are many changes to iOS that are mainstream and will be welcome changes. Some of the new features include a revamped Music app; a new Home app; new 3d Touch functionality in Apple apps; and much more. Many articles will cover these changes, but the aim of this piece is to cover accessibility changes that are specific to blind, low vision, and deaf-blind users.

The App That Helps Blind People See →

The first time Mark Edwards used Aipoly Vision, he cried. Edwards, 56 and legally blind since birth, had signed up as an early tester for the smartphone app that claims to help the visually impaired people “see” the world around them.
Read The App That Helps Blind People See on News Week→

The 2015 Golden Apple Awards

The community has chosen and the AppleVis Golden winners have been announced.
Two of my personal favorites, Workflow and the KNFBReader both received awards. Find out where they landed and see the other winners…
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