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How to make your iPhone screen darker than the lowest Brightness setting

What do you do if the iPhone’s lowest brightness setting isn’t enough? Go even darker.

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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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Apple's October event puts accessibility center stage

To me, Apple's October event had a clear theme: accessibility.

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Apple's new Accessibility video gets audio descriptions

At its recent Mac event, Apple showed a video highlighting the ways people with accessibility requirements can create on Apple's various devices. In order to make the video more accessible, Apple has released a version with audio descriptions.

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Accessibility FAQ: Everything you need to know about Apple's new accessibility portal

Apple has debuted a new Accessibility portal on its website to highlight all of the great work it does for people with disabilities. Here's what you need to know about it.

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How to use Keyboard accessibility features on Mac

If you have trouble using a keyboard with your Mac, there are accessibility features that can help out. Here's how to enable and use them!

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How to use Zoom on Mac

The Zoom accessibility feature on Mac allows you to zoom in on the whole screen, not just part of an app. You can do it with keyboard shortcuts or by using your mouse or trackpad's scroll function along with modifier keys. Here's how!

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iPhone 7 is the future of tactile accessibility

The iPhone 7's haptic feedback improvements are a huge step forward for people with disabilities.

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How to change the look of closed captions on Mac

How do you customize closed captions on the Mac? With accessibility settings!

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