Apple will soon be adding some new accessibility features for macOS Mojave, iOS 12, tvOS and watchOS 5, which will be available this fall.
During WWDC 2018, Apple’s Senior Director of Global Accessibility Policy & Initiatives, Sarah Herrlinger joined the Accessible Podcast for an interview. Hosted by Steven Aquino and Timothy Buck. The interview with Herrlinger was recorded at Apple’s Podcast studios at WWDC last week. During the interview, Herrlinger talks about Apple’s commitment to accessibility and what it means to the company:
If you were holding out on redesigned AirPods like I was because of their Frankenstein look, then you will probably still be waiting until 2019 based on the latest AirPod rumors. I finally gave in to getting a pair of AirPods after going through at least a dozen bluetooth headsets over the past year. Many mainstream publications picked AirPods as Apple’s best product of last year. After testing out a demo unit in the Apple Store, I have to agree that they really do offer a huge upgrade on all of my previous bluetooth headsets. They are easy to use, and the sound is impressive.
AMI) announced the launch of two accessible applications created especially for people living with sight loss.
The app and partnership was originally announced in June during Apple’s annual developer conference. It allows Amazon Prime members to stream a wide array of movies and TV shows, including exclusive content created by Amazon Studios such as The Grand Tour and The Man in the High Castle.
The channel features tutorial videos explaining various iOS features from how to change your wallpaper to deleting your call history.
On Tuesday, Apple announced this fall’s additions to their hardware lineup. They unveiled the Series 3 Apple Watch, a 4K version of the Apple TV, the iPhone 8 and 8+, along with a special iPhone X addition.
In this special VIP, James Oates, Joel Ramos, Tamas Geczy, and Jessica Rickards get together to go over all of the many announcements coming out of this year’s WWDC.
Listen in to find out everything new that is coming to iOS, MacOS, and Watch OS. There might also be some new hardware announcements as well.
Apple has confirmed that this years WWDC keynote will be live streamed for those who cannot attend, which means just about everyone with the exception of a select few over in San Jose, California.