📅 September 15, 2009     🕐 1 minute read

Apple: Video Demo Of iPhone’s VoiceOver Function For People With Disabilities

Apple posted a video demo of iPhone’s VoiceOver function for people with disabilities. Video demonstrates how to use the function in combination with finger gestures.

Apple posted a video demo of iPhone’s VoiceOver function for people with disabilities. Video demonstrates how to use the function in combination with finger gestures.

VoiceOver is the world’s first gesture-based screen reader. Instead of memorizing keyboard commands or pressing tiny arrow keys, you simply touch the screen to hear a description of the item under your finger, then double-tap, drag, or flick to control iPhone. VoiceOver speaks 21 languages and works with all of the applications built into iPhone 3Gs.

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