When iOS 14 launches this fall a new accessibility feature called "Back Tap" will allow users to perform various system actions by merely tapping on the rear of their device.
The production of Apple TV+ show "See" used a blindness consultant to realistically portray living with visual impairments, a profile of the show reveals, with associate producer Joe Strechay helping to make the scripting and scenes as accurate as possible.
Apple frequently celebrates its robust accessibility features, but to commemorate Global Accessibility Awareness Day, the company has placed apps and developers in the spotlight.
Apple has added a new Today at Apple video session filmed in American Sign Language just ahead of Global Accessibility Awareness Day.
This week on the AppleInsider Podcast, Victor and William talk about Apple's view of privacy, and can't resist mentioning Facebook in contrast. William is looking forward to 5G, but can't shake the feeling that Victor is trying to sell him an iPhone 11.
Mobile device users who have trouble holding an iPhone steadily could be assisted by the smartphone to view images and other content, by compensating for hand movements to keep what is being viewed steady and in one place regardless of the motion.
Gallaudet University, a liberal arts university that focuses on working with deaf, hard of hearing, deafblind and hearing students, has posted a video praising Apple CEO Tim Cook and the company itself for continued commitment to inclusivity and accessibility.
Accessibility is getting a major upgrade in iOS 13 and macOS Catalina — adding not just the ability to use a mouse with iOS, but also granting users the ability to control their devices using only their voice.
Looking to drum up publicity ahead of WWDC 2019, which begins June 3 in San Jose, Apple on Thursday profiled two different people attending the conference at different stages of their career.