The crowd in Apple’s auditorium would have cheered loudly during the WWDC 2021 keynote segment dedicated to macOS Monterey when Craig Federighi placed an iPad next to a MacBook to show how the Mac’s keyboard and mouse interaction can be extended to the tablet. The press conference was an online-only event, so people had to […]How Apple’s most exciting WWDC 2021 demo teases the future of computing — BGR
Apple announced a batch of accessibility features at WWDC 2021 that cover a wide variety of needs, among them a few for people who can’t touch or speak to their devices in the ordinary way. With Assistive Touch, Sound Control and other improvements, these folks have new options for interacting with an iPhone or Apple […]Apple’s latest accessibility features are for those with limb and vocal differences — TechCrunch
Apple’s new AssistiveTouch controls on their watch is nothing short of extraordinary.
Not only should Apple be commended for modifying their devices to allow more people to use them, they also show exemplary design prowess to come up with the ideas in the first place.
On Saturday night the very police, whose colleague was charged with Sarah’s abduction and murder, assaulted and arrested women who were paying their respects at her vigil. How can their actions be justified? Why use such disproportionate force? Why didn’t they engage with the women organising the vigil to agree how long it would last? Were they actually looking to deliberately enrage grieving women and arrest them?Reclaim these streets — Life from my Wheelchair
Patsy Stevenson – the woman the world saw forced to the ground by police at the Sarah Everard vigil at Clapham Common in March – joined the LOUD WOMEN chorus of more than 60 women and non-binary vocalists on our ‘Reclaim These Streets’ single, to be released 14 May 2021 with all proceeds to Women’s Aid.Patsy Stevenson joins LOUD WOMEN’s ‘Reclaim These Streets’ single — LOUD WOMEN