September 27, 2016
Dr Graeme Smith
iOS 10 adds to the already impressive array of accessibility features available for iPhone/iPad users.
Some of the new features are:
"Magnifier works like a digital magnifying glass for real-life objects. It uses the camera on your iOS device to increase the size of anything you point it at"
"iOS lets you invert colours, reduce white point, enable greyscale or choose from a range of colour filters to support different forms of colour blindness and other vision challenges"
Switch Control with Platform Switching
"you can control your Mac or Apple TV directly from your iPhone or iPad, without having to set up your switches on each new device”
"If you have a learning disability like dyslexia, features such as Speak Screen, Speak Selection, Typing Feedback and Predictive Text can help by adding an auditory component to reading and writing”
Click here to read more about accessibility in iOS on Apple's website.
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