Apple revamps its accessibility site

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Apple decides to make it easier for people to learn more about the accessibility features of company. While thinking about this it figures out how to customize their iPhones, Macs and other devices. They want to customize it so that it can suit their needs. The gadget makers launched a redesign of its accessibility website on Wednesday. It got in launch process to offer and highlight various kinds of features. Among all this they are finally all set to bring certain new features and more related to it.

While the new site is about to work around four areas: vision, mobility, hearing and cognition. And it gives tips about dozens of features Apple has built for its various devices. But along with the revamped site, Apple is support to release a new collection of videos. They are about to release on its YouTube channel. This shows how to use some of the company’s latest accessibility features.

That includes offerings like Apple’s Magnifier feature, which is designed to make it easier for people with low vision to see items, using their iPhones. The Back Tap feature is under process to make it fast and simple. To trigger actions or accessibility shortcuts with a double or triple tap on the back of the phone. And Voice Control of it lets users with severe physical motor limitations control their iPhones, Macs or iPads entirely with their voices.

The latest Apple accessibility feature for users who are blind or low vision is People Detection on the iPhone 12 Pro and 12 Pro Max. Along with that it uses the new lidar sensor on the back portion of the phones. It uses to detect how close other people are to users, letting those users do certain things.


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