Here are the best Apple assistive technology and accessibility links for the week of 29 March 2015. Everything from around the web that’s relevant to disabled, aged, and chronically ill Apple users.
No pictures today – I am struggling mightily with crappy health and other things. Sorry!
How to use Windows PC peripherals on your new Mac – This can be important if you have expensive accessibility equipment! Most will work on Macs as well as Windows.
Learn how to automate your Mac – Automation is handy for everybody, but it’s AWESOME for disabled users!
‘Hey Siri’ in iOS 8.3 allows for automatic speakerphone calls – Finally!!! This is vital for accessibility.
Photo allegedly reveals Apple Store demo kit for trying on in-ear headphones – Me and my odd-shaped ears love this idea, I hope it’s true.
What we want to see from the next Apple TV – Are there any accessibility features you want to see?
Apple Watch / Smart Watches
Why I’m Not Excited About the Apple Watch…Yet – Good opinion from a blind user
HomeKit / Smart Home / Internet Of Things
Accessible Smart Home Systems: Lowe’s Iris – Great review, focusing on disability areas
Trickey – Any key, anywhere! – Customized keyboards sound like fun and very useful!
Narbis: Glasses that teach your brain to stay focused using neurofeedback – Looks interesting!
Did you see anything else online that I missed? Leave a comment or drop me a line!