Newsletter: April 2010
The iPhone is a tantalising device for people with a disability. It is brilliant for those with vision impairment, excellent for people with hearing impairment, very good for some with cognitive impairment... but a frustration for those with physical disability, unless you are one of the few who can use a Pogo Stick or similar pointer. Standard access tools, like trackballs, joysticks, switches, special keyboards, head-mounted pointing devices and eye gaze systems are no use to you on the iPhone.
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