Apple Leads in Accessibility, But Can Third-Party Developers Follow?

By Steven Aquino

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Buried deeply within her mostly “provocative and poorly reported” story for Reuters on Apple and accessibility, author Christina Farr offers a nugget of truth: third-party apps on the App Store need to be much better at being inclusively designed. The concern is a legitimate one, as the tendency — albeit naturally — is for Apple and other developers to make iOS and its… Read More

Source: Technology


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