Apple Just Introduced An “Accessibility” Section On Its Website To Sell Accessibility Accessories

photo of a braille display, switch and skoog, a musical device
 

If you appreciate Apple products not just because of their ease of use but also for the accessibility feature they provide, you would be happy to know that recently, Apple launched a new “Accessibility” section on its website from where you can buy accessibility related accessories meant for your iPhone, iPad and Mac computers. There are currently 15 accessories on the website that can work with Apple products – from switches to Braille Displays to tracking displays. These accessories are categorized under “Vision”, “Physical & Motor Skills”, and “Learning & Literacy”. 

 
The website also features Skoogmusic Skoog 2.0 – a tactile and accessible musical instrument accessory that lets users create music by just tapping, squeezing or twisting the sides of a cube.
 
 
It is possible these products may soon be available at Apple’s brick & mortar stores too where sales assistants will be able to help disabled customers pick and choose the right accessories for them.

To learn more about Apple’s efforts towards accessibility in its products, and the company’s vision, visit here. (http://www.apple.com/accessibility/)

Apple’s accessibility products webpage.

Source: Macrumors

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