Once before, iAccessibility was hosted on a WordPress site. We since made the switch to Squarespace due to limitations in configuration, but we have since determined that Squarespace does not meet our needs as far as Accessibility. Because of this, we have decided to move iaccessibility.net back to WordPress. We are still in the middle… Continue Reading Another New Beginning
Want to learn how to use the Apple Watch with VoiceOver or Zoom? Check out this article from AppleVis.
While visiting the Apple Store today to check out the Apple Watch, I got to check out the new Macbook, and I was impressed and not impressed at the same time, and here is why. Size The new MacBook is small. At 12 inches it is nearly as small as the MacBook Air, but thinner.… Continue Reading The New MacBook – First Impressions.
Workflow is a relatively new app for the iPhone and iPad that offers iOS users the ability to automate tasks from their home screen or from any place that has a share button that brings up the standard sharing options. What many do not know is that Workflow is an extremely accessible app. Here is… Continue Reading Workflow – Automation for everyone!
It is known that Apple gave us a lot to go over yesterday, and one of these things is iOS 8.2. iOS 8.2 is a major update to iOS which contains support for the Apple Watch, but also contains fixes for and stability improvements for VoiceOver. I have updated to this version on both my… Continue Reading iOS 8.2
Yesterday, Apple released the long awaited details on its watch. We now know how much it costs, how it works, and when we can get one, but we still do not know anything about accessibility. Apple states that they take accessibility very seriously, but have not mentioned how it would be implemented in this new… Continue Reading The Apple Watch and Accessibility
If you use VoiceOver for iOS you probably are aware of a neat gesture called the Magic Tap. This gesture lets you take two fingers and double tap the screen to do any number of actions. These may include: Answering/hanging up phone calls Playing/pausing audio or music Starting dictation through Siri (if available) Developers are… Continue Reading The Magic Tap isn’t so Magical
So Apple has just released its anticipated version of its Mobile operating system, iOS 8. With this release came many new amazing features along with some new and annoying bugs. Many have decided to wait on iOS 8 for the bugs to be fixed, but the bugs are really not that big of a deal… Continue Reading How To: Fix Your iOS 8 Bugs for good!
If you are interested in signing up for the Mac OS X 10.10 Yosemite public beta, then you can finally now do so. The link below will bring you to Apple’s website where you can signup for the public beta program. Apple OS X Yosemite public beta program.
During WWDC 2014, Apple announced that they would be making a public Mac OS X 10.10 Yosemite Technology news sources say that this has finally come, and iAccessibility will be adding the steps necessary to sign up for this beta to our website when they become available, so keep checking back.
At WWDC 2014, Apple announced that they would no longer be supporting their professional photography apps for iOS and Mac after iOS 8 and after the updated photos app for OS X comes out for the Mac. So, What does this mean? Apple will no longer provide updates for Aperture or iPhoto after this time,… Continue Reading The one photography app to rule them all. Hopefully.
At this year’s national Federation of the Blind convention in Orlando Florida, a comittee of federationists device that there should be a resolution to be voted on that states that Apple should add accessibility testing to its iOS app approval process. Here is iAccessibility’s view on this. How will this effect developers? If Apple decided… Continue Reading iAccessibility’s stance on the NFB Resolution with Apple Inc.