Understanding accessibility on the iPad


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Understanding accessibility on the iPad

Strange as it may seem for a device that lacks a physical keyboard and pointing device, the iPad is quite accessible to those with disabilities. And it is because Apple is on the forefront of making devices that can be used by everyone. But the iPad's accessibility features aren't useful only to those with vision and hearing problems. Those without such issues can use some of these features as well. Let's take a look. The first obvious question is, if you can't see well, how can you possibly navigate the iPad in order to get to its accessibility features? And the answer is through iTunes on your computer.

If you have vision issues and are using a computer, it's likely you have it configured so that you can navigate around it, by using Apple's VoiceOver technology on your Mac, for example. So launch iTunes, select the iPad in iTunes's source list, and in the Summary pane, scroll down to the bottom and click Configure Universal Access. A window appears where yo...

Understanding accessibility on the iPad
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Understanding accessibility on the iPad provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by Christopher Breen as part of the iPad Tips and Tricks (2010)

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