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…

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Vinod Rawat

I'm a very patient listener with positive attitude towards work and life. I'm kind of innovative and creative, I keep learning things and try to implement them to the best use possible. Sometimes I love to write a little and share with the world, sometimes I stay busy at work or family. Professionally I'm a Web & Graphic Designer and also a Pro Marketer. I have over 12 years of working experience in Sales & Marketing, Graphic and Web Design. Explored many areas of business. Sometimes I do love to travel.

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