Saturday, October 15, 2011

New iPhone 4S may hold promise for those who cannot see

Colorado Center for the Blind instructor Chip Johnson, right, and Wes Majerus, a technology specialist and instructor at the center, check Facebook using VoiceOver, a standard feature on iPhones since 2009. ( Hyoung Chang, The Denver Post )

Apple's new iPhone 4S, released Oct. 14, includes new features that make it automatically accessible to users who cannot see. The new phones are equipped with an advanced voice-command feature, known as Siri, as well as the ability to assign a spoken label to many of the phone's buttons and commands. The Denver Post

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