Apple Makes Room for Special Education Apps–ABLEDBODY

By Suzanne Robitaille

Apple has created a section in its App Store called “Special Education” to recognize the increasing number of apps for people with disabilities, including learning disorders and non-verbal autism.[….] Apple also has a page listing many third-party hardware solutions for people with disabilities who use these devices, including T-coil ear loops for hearing impaired music lovers, and different types of styluses for the multi-touch screen, when using fingers is not an option.

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