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Apple accessibility video highlights voice control, sound recognition, door detection, and more

Added 11-30-22 10:31:02am EST - “A new Apple accessibility video highlights a variety of features designed to offer independence to people with a range of disabilities. Set to the soundtrack "I Am the Greatest" by Spinifex Gum (with Marliya Choir), it opens by showing…” - 9to5mac.com

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A new Apple accessibility video highlights a variety of features designed to offer independence to people with a range of disabilities.

Set to the soundtrack “I Am the Greatest” by Spinifex Gum (with Marliya Choir), it opens by showing a woman telling Siri to set her morning scene …

Her bedroom blinds open, and Siri gives her a weather report, before she sits up to reveal that she has no arms. Subsequent clips show her using her feet with amazing dexterity to apply makeup and drive, as well as operate her iPhone with the help of AssistiveTouch.

Another example shows a blind musician using audio descriptions to identify things in a dressing room, as well as detecting the stage door through which he enters to begin his performance.

A quadriplegic man uses voice to instruct his iPhone to take photos of himself, then uses gestures like sticking out his tongue and raising his eyebrows to edit the photos.

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