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Apple is proud to share its work on accessibility, and so should everyone else

Last week was Global Accessibility Awareness Day and Apple made a point to let the world know that it is always working on improving accessibility features. Good for Apple.

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Accessibility Now

Accessibility isn't easy and isn't a profit center, but enabling and promoting it is important for everyone.

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12 Bands to Rock on Your Rose Gold Apple Watch

CALLING ALL ROSE GOLD ADDICTS: Here are the best watch bands that’ll make your rose gold Apple Watch #POP.

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Designed for Accessibility: Apple shares astonishing new videos ahead of Global Accessibility Awareness Day

Accessibility might not get the breathless headlines of AI or AR but Apple's new video series highlights why designing for it matters so much to so many.

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How one man found independence with the help of Apple's HomeKit technology

A quadriplegic man found independence in his decked-out smart home by leveraging Apple's HomeKit framework and assistive technologies.

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Making the iPad Pro feel like paper will take more than a screen protector

A new Kickstarter claims to help improve the feel of Pencil on your iPad Pro, but it’s a quick fix to a bigger problem.

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How to use Dictation on Mac

If you have a mobility or motor impairment and find typing difficult, you can use Dictation on Mac so that you can speak text. Here's how!

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ASB honors Apple's accessibility work with Louis Braille Award

Apple's accessibility team and their work receive the prestigious Louis Braille award from the Associated Services for the Blind and Visually Impaired.

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Accessibility for iPhone and iPad: The ultimate guide

The ultimate guide to Accessibility on iPhone and iPad!

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How to turn on the LED notification light on your iPhone

Whether you need LED notifications or just want them, once you enable the feature, all you have to do is leave your iPhone screen-down and in sight, and you won't just hear notifications come in — you'll see them!

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