Apple Puts Eye into iDevices
David Woodbridge relies on apps such as VoiceOver and Light Detector at work and home.
Mobiles and Macs lead the way in providing accessibility for the visually impaired.
DAVID Woodbridge is an Apple addict. In his house there are four iPads, four iPhones – ranging from the 3GS to the 5 – a MacBook Pro, an iMac, a MacBook Air, a gaggle of iPods – including a Shuffle, a Nano and an iPod Touch – and an Apple TV.
Oh yes, and he is totally blind.
Born prematurely, he was put into a humidicrib where the oxygen level was too high. The result was damage to the blood vessels in his eyes and…