iOS 11
Each year, Apple releases a new version of iOS with new features which change the operating system in ways that can cause bugs for users. While we all wish this did not happen it is inevitable, and it is good to know what works and what does not work, so […]

Known iOS 11 Bugs   Recently updated !

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iOS 11 has changed the way users work with apps by introducing an improved Dock and a new way to work with two apps at once, which lets users stretch and shrink apps to be the size they want. You can also have an app float on top of another […]

Guide: Getting Around iPad Multitasking bug in #iOS11

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The iPhone X is Apple’s Brand new iPhone, with a full sized screen, no bezel, at 5.8 inches. Perhaps one of the biggest points is that Apple has removed the beloved Home Button, so How can this phone be accessible? Here is what we know so far. This article will […]

iPhone X Accessibility: What We Know So Far

iOS 11
Background In the past, iOS contained built in social media sharing features which included Twitter and Facebook. These features made it easy for apps to connect to social platforms in order to share content with features built right in to iOS. In iOS 11, the latest version of Apple’s mobile […]

#iOS11 is not as social as iOS 10

Apple Special Event September 2017
In this episode, Jason, Michael, Aleeha, Jade, and Anne discuss what we possibly  can expect from Apple’s event on Tuesday. We have posted this episode before Wednesday as a special to prime everyone for the upcoming event.

#iACast 55 – 2017 iPhone Pre-Show

On this episode of the iA Cast, Aleeha, Matt, and Michael discuss what sports teams each person likes, and which apps they use to track their favorite teams. We also look at which personal assistants work best with finding sports team and player statistics and we compare them to see […]

#iACast 54 – Sports Apps

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On this episode of the iA DemoCast, Aleeha demonstrates the following apps for scanning print to digital text as OCR. Find out which apps work the best on different forms of text. Apps used KNFB Reader Prizmo Go – Instant Text Capture on the App Store – iTunes – Apple […]

#iACast DemoCast 11 – Scanning App Showdown

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On this episode of the iA Cast, Michael, Aleeha, Jason, Matt, Anne and Meaghan discuss the current status of artificial intelligence in consumer technology products. AI Topics Include Echo & Alexa – Amazon Devices – Amazon Official Site – Amazon.com iOS – Siri – Apple Google Self-Driving Car Apple announces […]

#iACast 53 – AI Cast

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On this episode of the iA Cast, Michael, Jason, Aleeha, Dan, Matt and Anne discuss the different music streaming services and which ones everyone uses and why. Here is the list of services. Music – Apple spotify.com – Try Spotify Premium – All the music you’ll ever need‎ Deezer – […]

#iACast 52 – Music Streaming Services

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the iA Cast has made it to episode 50! On this episode, Michael, Aleeha, Jason, and Matt talk about where we came from and where we are going. Michael begins the podcast talking about the history of iAccessibility and how our products became what they are today. Aleeha discusses what […]

#iACast 50 – Who We Are

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Today we decided that VO Starter should provide training to all iOS users who want to learn VoiceOver, so we decided to make VO Starter a free app. One reason we did this is because everyone should know how to use their device, and the other app that helps with […]

Freeing everyone’s ability to learn VoiceOver for iOS

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VisualBraille has been developed to help Vocational Rehabilitation instructors, Orientation and Mobility instructors learn to read and comprehend Braille by providing a means to translate common words, sentences, numbers, and computer related information from text to Braille. VisualBraille Lite on the App Store VisualBraille on the App Store