Apple designed Mojave’s Dark Mode to have dynamic grays. But what if you want true black on macOS Mojave?
Bryan Chaffin and Dave Hamilton join Jeff Gamet for the final day of Apple’s 2018 Worldwide Developer Conference to talk about the Sonos and AirPlay 2, the Sonos Beam, and Live Listen for AirPods in iOS 12.
An accessibility feature for the hearing impaired will receive a notable upgrade in iOS 12. “Live Listen,” a feature originally introduced in 2014 to enable hearing aid integration in iOS will soon be able to work with Apple’s AirPods in addition to MFi hearing aid devices.
As part of Global Accessibility Awareness Day, we want to provide some resources for accessible tools.
Starting this fall, schools that support students with vision, hearing, and other assistive needs will start providing accessible Everyone Can Code curricula for the Swift programming language.
The website is a great list of features, and a valuable resource. It’s a lot like Apple’s privacy page, where each feature is described in easy-to-understand language.
If these accessibility emojis are approved, they would be included in Emoji 12.0 which comes out in the first half of 2019.
Like Siri, Dictation adapts to you. The more you use it, the better it gets at understanding your voice and accent.
You can navigate macOS with the keyboard using an accessibility feature called Full Keyboard Access.
There isn’t a dedicated section in the App Store for accessibility apps so we’ve rounded up 4 great examples.
Using grayscale on Apple devices can have several benefits.
Want to add a virtual Home button to your iPhone X? Read on to learn how.
Of course, having a red screen means that red UI elements won’t show up or will be hard to see, such as notification badges.
It’s a great tip for parents who give their iPhone or iPad to kids, and your kids can’t switch to other apps.
Want to use Reachability on your iPhone X’s big screen? Here’s how to enable and use the feature.
Apple didn’t ignore accessibility features in the iPhone X, but you might be able to argue it didn’t give them as much forethought and attention as it should have.
Using the blue/yellow filter will boost color saturation, especially—you guessed it—blues and yellows.
Apple recently pulled the wraps on a new series of advertorial YouTube videos, surrounding the theme of “Designed for.” Jeff Butts explores these videos and how they prove that Apple’s technology truly is designed for everyone.