The computing devices we carry in our pockets (or use on our laps) have developed to do some amazing things. However, the default opportunities provided by those devices may not be usable by all without some settings adjustments. Enhanced feature options are available on iOS and MacOS for those with hearing, vision, and touch impairments, so they are able to get the most out of their devices. Although these features are incredible for the audiences for which they were intended…you may not have realized how useful they could be for you. In this episode of Brothers in Tech, in addition to helping Alan with his “fitness problem” and providing some of the latest tech news, the brothers discuss some useful settings/features hidden in the Accessibility menus that you may not even have known existed. Oh, and you might even learn why Alan is drinking more bourbon (Dr. Jackson’s orders).
Products/Services mentioned in the episode:
- iOS & MacOS Accessibility
- Amazon Echo Show
- Google Nest Hub
- Meta Portal
News Articles Shared/Discussed:
Alan Jackson (the older Brother) is a producer of online content with Jackson Creative and survey researcher with Jackson Insight.
Brian Jackson (the younger Brother) is an Associate Professor of Kinesiology at Pacific University and Product Director/Consultant at Senaptec, Inc.
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