iPad Opens World to Disabled Boy

The New York Times reports that iPad is helping people like 7-year-old Owen Cain, who has a debilitating motor-neuron disease, to communicate with friends, parents, and caregivers. That’s thanks in part to the iPad’s built-in accessibility features...
iPad Opens World to Disabled Boy

The New York Times reports that iPad is helping people like 7-year-old Owen Cain, who has a debilitating motor-neuron disease, to communicate with friends, parents, and caregivers. That’s thanks in part to the iPad’s built-in accessibility features, as well as its intuitive Multi-Touch interface. An advocate for providing mobile devices to people with disabilities, Massachusetts Representative Edward J. Markey says “Apple is an outlier when it comes to devices that are accessible right out of the box.”

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