San Jose (California). Helping people with disabilities to enjoy technology the way most of us do is a challenge. Apple is making its devices accessible to more than a billion people with some kind of disability.
For the visually challenged, the company introduced "Voice Control" - a new experience that enables users to operate their iPhone, iPad or Mac entirely by their voice. Using the latest Siri, they can even use gestures like tapping, swiping and scrolling.
With macOS Catalina, Apple has introduced new assistive technologies to help every user get the most out of their Mac desktop system.