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    The Apple Watch, like all of Apple's products, has accessibility built right in.
    Devices like the Apple Watch can be convenient, even empowering for many people. For those with accessibility needs, however, they can be life changing. They can let people go where they could never go before, speak with people they could never reach before, and see the world in ways that were once impossible. What's more, by making the Apple Watch accessible and inclusive to people who are blind or have visual impairments, deaf or have auditory impairments, or who have motor skill or learning or other challenges, Apple makes it more accessible and inclusive to everyone.

    The Apple Watch is in its first generation, but here's all the accessibility features it already enjoys, along with how to set them up and use them.

    Full story from the iMore Blog...
    05-21-2015 08:00 PM

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