Apple has shown that accessibility is a top priority in iOS and macOS, but the company can go further.
Apple Music rocks—but it's also hard on the eyes of the visually impaired, explains Steven Aquino.
Steven Aquino wants an iPad Pro for two reasons: touch input and a huge screen.
When it's hard to tell a button from a link, the iPhone 6s and its 3D Touch feature could put more power into the hands of the visually and motor impaired.
Steven Aquino finds that as a person with low vision, the best way to use his Apple Watch is just a glance at a time.
It's totally fine if iOS 9 doesn't pack in hundreds of new features. Steven Aquino just wants a handful of tweaks to make things more visible.
We covering, bit by bit, the changes and improvements we'd like to see in the next version of iOS. Here's what we're hoping for when it comes to accessibility.
When you think of accessibility and Apple, you probably think of iOS features like Dictation, Speak Selection and even FaceTime, but Steven Aquino argues great hardware makes a difference, too.
To open a document that's stored in iCloud from an iPhone or iPad, you have to first open the app you used to create it. That, argues Steven Aquino, is why Apple should build a iCloud Documents app.
Steven Aquino suffers from cerebral palsy, which makes typing difficult. Here's how he overcomes those problems.
For Steven Aquino, Retina displays on iOS devices aren't just a nice feature, they're essential to making the devices accessible to the visually impaired.