Apple Debuts Website Focused on Accessibility Features
Apple wants to make it easier for people with any type of disabilities to use its products, so it created a website with all relevant information about its products.
Apple (AAPL) CEO Tim Cook announced the new website on Thursday at the start of a press event at the company’s headquarters in Cupertino, Calif. The presentation kicked off with a short video featuring a young woman in a wheelchair using an Apple computer effortlessly and enjoying herself.
“We believe that the technology should be accessible to everyone,” said Cook, adding, “We hope that this website becomes a great resource to people all around the world.”
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The new website features various sections, themed around accessibility needs (i.e. hearing, vision, physical & motor skills, etc.) as well as for each one of Apple’s devices (Macbook, Apple Watch, iPhone, etc.). It also includes a section for learning needs and special education.
This is far from Apple’s first foray into making its products as accessible as possible. The company has been building features into its products for years, such as voice commands and “Assistive Touch,” which lets users modify the gestures for activating features and software.