Friday, May 4, 2012

Apple to Introduce New Software with Accessibility Features Built-In

WWDC 2012 June 11-15 in San Francisco. It's the week we've all be waiting for.

Apple recently announced that they will hold their World Wide Developer Conference (WWDC). At the conference apple is expected to announce iOS 6 the operating system for iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch. Last year at WWDC Apple announced  iOS 5 which included features such as AssistiveTouch, reader, speak selection, custom vibrations, reminders, Siri and more. If Apple continues its habit of making its mobile devices accessible to a wide variety of users, iOS 6 should have a lot in store.

What accessibility features are you hoping for in iOS 6? Let us know in the comments.

WWDC 2012 Badge with iCal icon on the date Monday June 11th

1 comment:

  1. I'm hoping for a smaller footprint Keyboard for the iPad. For those of us with small reach ranges Using the 10 inch keyboard can be extremely hard to impossible! it would be very nice to be able to easily connect an external keyboard with a very small footprint as well. I'm not aware of any Apple certified keyboards that are small footprint which is Bluetooth connected or cable connected etc.