Macs include technology to help assist people with disabilities. Visually impaired users can benefit from VoiceOver, for example, which will read the contents of the screen to you. It also does text-to-speech conversion. Zoom controls, dictation, custom cursor size and color inversion can all help users with visual impairments. Deaf users can use closed captions on videos and see the screen flash instead of hearing audio beeps and other notifications. And users who might have trouble with a conventional keyboard or mouse can benefit from built-in switch control, slow and sticky key support, speakable items and other features. In short, Apple goes above and beyond when it comes to making the Mac accessible to users with disabilities, and constantly strives to improve to make the Mac the best experience it can be for any user, regardless of ability.
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