If I could have only 1 piece of accessibility equipment, hands down I would pick my iPhone. Oh sure, most Americans today couldn’t live without their smartphones. When we find ourselves without our phone we panic and seem to forget how to function. I recently had a friend tell me that her phone had stopped working and due to some confusion with her phone company, she was without a phone for a week. She said she had to shake herself and get a grip because she was feeling anxious when she realized she didn’t have her phone after leaving home. She is in her sixties and she has lived over half her life without a cell phone, she could certainly make it a few days, right?
The single most important accessibility feature on my phone is Voiceover. The iPhone comes with this feature built right into the phone, all you need