The iPhone 3GS has some significant Voice Over navigation features built to help the seeing-impaired use the iPhone.  However, we can see this functionality helping anyone who can’t look down at their iPhone while they are doing another activity.  Changing a iTunes track while driving, for instance, becomes a lot easier with voice navigation. 

Other times when something like this would be useful for the sighted? In classroom setting, or in bed at night?

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