Apple has today said that its accessibility feature VoiceOver is helping more blind people to read than any competing system.
More people in the blind community now use VoiceOver than any other mobile screen-reading software combined.
As an illustration of the power of the technology to assisted blind and partially sighted customers, Apple tells the story of Scott Leason, a blind veteran who regularly surfs off San Diego’s Mission Beach …
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