"AssistiveTouch" Helps Disabled to Use iPhone

David Pogue in the NY Times takes a look at Apple’s AssistiveTouch technology which helps make the iPhone more accessible to those with disabilities.

“One new feature, called AssistiveTouch, is Apple’s accessibility team at its most creative. When you turn on this feature in Settings >> General >> Accessibility, a new, white circle appears at the bottom of the screen. It stays there all the time. When you tap it, you get a floating on-screen palette. Its buttons trigger motions and gestures on the iPhone screen without requiring hand or multiple-finger movement. All you have to be able to do is tap with a single finger — even a stylus you’re holding in your teeth or fist.”

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Apple’s Accessbility page