Hello, and welcome to Star Accessibility! I sincerely hope you learn a lot about accessibility on the Apple® platform.
Over the last few weeks Apple released a number of hardware updates and some new software services.
Recently Apple advised investors that its estimated earnings for the first quarter of 2019 would be reduced. This prompted several you-tube producers to ask if Apple is doomed. Here’s my opinion on this:
In September Apple released three new iPhones and the Apple Watch series four. The three iPhones are the iPhone 10S, 10S Max, and the 10R.
One of the greatest conveniences of a mobile device is to be able to listen to audio books. You can do this Apple’s® stock app iBooks, but nothing quite beats Amazon’s Audible app for iOS.
On September 12 2017 Apple® unveiled three new iPhone models, and the new Apple Watch Series 3. The new iPhones are the iPhone 8, iPhone 8+, and the iPhone X or 10. These iPhones offer new specs and features, such as Face ID, improved processors, improved cameras, and much more.
For several years I have been using the Apple iOS® app Downcast to listen to podcasts on my iPhone. That all changed towards the end of 2016. I was experiencing a number of crashes when using Downcast, and there had been no updates from the developer for some time. It got to the point where Downcast would crash even when I tried to play just one podcast episode. So at the end of 2016 I decided to look at other podcast player options.
Managing login usernames and passwords has become critical over the last five years or so. Password management software has been developed to help create much more secure login credentials without fear of forgetting what those passwords are. There are several password management solutions available. Two fot he most popular options are Last Pass, and 1Password. My choice is 1Password.
When I first started using iOS over five years ago, I was looking for a text editor that I could use on my first iOS device, the original iPad 2. I tried using Pages at the time with Voice Over, but at the time I felt that wasn’t a great user experience. So I looked around the iOS App Store, and tried a number of options. Then I found iA Writer.