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This podcast was recorded on December 1, 2016, and it is hosted by Michael Doise. Accompanying Michael on this episode is Jason Earls, and Jessica Smith. This episode covers the following topics: Black Friday/Cyber Monday DealsIn this segment, we discuss our holiday spending and deals we found interesting. W1-Enabled HeadphonesIn […]

28 – The Future is NOW

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Many of our staff members wrote articles about their favorite device of 2016. In this post we are going to give you a link to each of them. Michael Doise’s post about AirPods. The first post was from Michael Doise. He talked about Apples brand new AirPods. My Favorite Device […]

iAccessibility’s top devices of 2016

Apple Smart Battery Case for iPhone
I’ve always been interested in battery cases for the iPhone, I’ve even owned one of them. But until recently I owned a 6s plus. I only got one for the battery life and didn’t really care for how big it felt in my hands. So, I downgraded in physical size […]

Carlos’s favorite device of 2016

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iAccessibility saw tremendous growth in 2016, when compared to previous years. For this, we would like to thank you all for reading our articles, sharing our posts, listening to our podcasts, and following us on social media. To celebrate, we would like to share with you the posts that received […]

#Top10 Posts of 2016!

Ring Video Doorbell Pro
So many great products were released in 2016 – it’s hard to pick just one favorite! I love my iPhone 7 Plus, Apple Watch (Series 2), Amazon Echo Dot, and Apple AirPods. However, given my love of home automation and security, there is one clear winner! If you’ve followed me […]

Jessica’s Favorite Device of 2016!

Echo Dot Second Generation White
2016 was a great year for technology. One of the things I am excited about is the Amazon Echo Dot. I received the Dot at the end of the year and have come to love the Dot as soon as I started explore some of its capabilities. Design The Amazon […]

Ashley’s fav device of 2016

Beats Solo 3 White
When Apple announced the iPhone 7 at it’s keynote last year, they also announced several knew headphones as well. The AirPods that are much loved by the iAccessibility staff that have them, the Powerbeats 3, the BeatsX wireless earphones (not yet available as of this writing,) and the Beats Solo […]

My Pick For Best Tech of 2016? Beats Solo 3

Bose QC35 Headphones
My Favorite Device Of 2016 As we start 2017, we are at the start of a year where I know we will see new developments in all types of technologies. From smart phones to tablets to audio and more. But in this post, I want to look back at 2016. […]

My Favorite Device Of 2016 Bose QC35’s

Apple AirPods in charging case
The year of 2016 has given us several new and exciting devices, and our authors here at iAccessibility will be writing about what they feel is their favorites, but I will start everything off with my favorite, which is… The Apple AirPods!!! When Apple released their new phone in September, […]

Best Device of 2016 – Michael Doise

BrailleNote Touch with Google on the screen.
The English Braille code allows for people to read and communicate at the same speed as someone who reads and writes in print. Braille Notetakers allow Braille literate users to complete tasks with speech and Braille. Humanware, a company that makes a few of these Braille notetakers has released a […]

Is the BrailleNote Touch the Notetaker of the Future?

Apple AirPods in charging case
When preorders went live for Apple’s iPhone 7 and 7 Plus, I acted fast! I knew I wouldn’t miss the headphone jack, because removing it would pave the way for more advancements in technology. With this in mind, it is no surprise that I was also among the first to […]

Product Review: Apple AirPods

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I have had many opportunities to AirPlay things from my phone or my iPad to one of my friends Apple TV’s. I think it is a great experience to use other speakers to play a song you like or use a bigger screen to play a video on. I know […]

Is AirPlay from Windows Really Possible?