I've been testing AirPods Pro for a couple of weeks now and can say with conviction that I love them.
Apple puts accessibility at the forefront of its values. At the September event, Apple had some wins and some misses, in terms of accessibility. These are my thoughts.
Apple's star-studded event was all about services — services that have practical applications for accessibility.
The Apple Watch has made my everyday life better since it first launched in 2015 and Series 4 has the most accessibility potential so far.
Design may be about how well an operating system works, but in an accessibility context, one can rightfully argue how it looks is equally — if not more — important.
While Apple might be updating their iPad Pro lineup this spring, there are three key things I want to see from this summer's software updates as well
The calendar has turned to March, and with it comes rumors aplenty about new iPads and a spring Apple event.
The magic and frustration of voice assistants and artificial intelligence when it comes to accessibility.
Serenity Caldwell's recent piece on why she's still wearing her Apple Watch inspired me to write my own take on why I'm still wearing mine.
As great as all the advancements have been, there remain parts of iOS that I feel could stand improvement in terms of visual accessibility.
Apple Pay is emblematic of what Apple does best: integrating hardware and software in a seamless, easy to use way that truly does "just work." It feels like magic every time I use it.
There are Accessibility features aplenty in Watch OS, but four in particular have become my favorites.
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