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Apple kicked off today’s keynote with a video highlighting some of the accessibility features of Apple products, such as spoken alerts letting a blind person know when the camera has detected a face and locked focus on it …

Tim Cook said that he could not be prouder to share the video as Apple’s teams work so hard to make products accessible to everyone, and the company was highlighting those in a new accessibility website.

The website has separate Accessibility sections for Mac, iOS, Watch and TV. There are also overviews highlighting the focus on vision, hearing, physical & motor skills and literacy & learning.

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