Last year when Apple released the X it was interesting. For the first time, the design was changed. Sporting a 5.8-inch screen, no home button, Face-ID, and coming in at $999 (US price). The phone was a big step for Apple. In 2018 Apple has carried much of those notions into the phone line up… Continue reading iPhone XS review: The best iPhone from Cupertino yet.
Introduction I’ve been using iOS, The operating system that powers iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch since 2009. I still remember my excitement when I got my first 3rd generation iPod Touch with VoiceOver. Back then the 3GS was hot, And the notion of a screen reader on a flat touch-screen device was new. Let us… Continue reading iOS 12 review: The best version yet.
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Introduction As blind people, we’re living in quite a magical time. One of my favourite quotes sums it up nicely: “Any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic”. With more and more companies building in access technology to smart phones, we now have the ability to do almost anything from taking University classes from home,… Continue reading Reviewing Aira, remote access at the touch of a button.
Introduction Looking for a job whilst blind can be very challenging on many fronts. The way current firms deal with candidates can make a big difference on getting that special once in a life time role, or moving up within the job. Current process The way that the whole job seeking process works now, is… Continue reading Proactive V reactive, a case study.