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Apple highlights iPhone-based photography of Rachael Short for Global Accessibility Awareness Day

[2019-05-16 16:27:52]

To mark Global Accessibility Awareness Day on Thursday, Apple has profiled Rachael Short, a quadriplegic photographer in California, who expresses herself visually by taking shots on her iPhone XS, pared down from her previous use of multiple cameras.

Apple highlights iPhone-based photography of Rachael Short for Global Accessibility Awareness Day


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