Apple seeks to ‘take disability out of the equation’
These kinds of new features have the potential to change lives for the better, helping those with disabilities do more for themselves independently or save much more time completing tasks able-bodied folks might take for granted. Although many of these innovations focus on a smaller segment of people, some of these features can give the broader population benefit, too, thanks to added convenience or easier controls. For example, Apple’s creation of inverted colors on its iPhone screen for the visually impaired also proved useful for low-light reading before bedtime.
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