In the seventh episode of the Mac-cessibility Round Table Podcast, knights Cara Quinn, Eric Troup, Darcy Burnard, Holly Anderson, Steve Sawczyn, and Josh de Lioncourt discuss Apple’s big event to introduce the iPad slate computing device, its accessibility, speculation on how VoiceOver may differ from the iPhone, and what we think it means for the future.
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This week, we’re joined by special guest Stephen Hackett. We talk getting work done on an iPad, revisit Siri and speech impairments, OS X’s accessibility features, the usefulness of accessibility for everyone, Touch ID as accessibility, and the influence of accessibility on gaming.Show NotesThe Prompt 24 — Discussion on using the iPad for work“Touch ID” — Dr. Drang on Touch ID accuracy over time“On Touch ID and Accessibility” — Steven on Touch ID’s potential as an accessibility tool
Discussion of the good, bad and ugly of VoiceOver accessibility on Apple TV.
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Transcript: soon (a link will be provided on the blog post)