Very young pt cam
[music plays] Camera pans slowly across a home kitchen, then cuts to a mirror.
Sady, a woman with spastic cerebral palsy, is in the mirror’s reflection. Cut to various shots of Sady being dressed by her caretaker. [Cheering] Voice Over describes exactly what’s happening on your i Phone, Mac, Apple Watch, or Apple TV, so you can navigate your device just by listening.
(Sady narrating) You can concentrate on every word of a story. “Home Before Dark” is the title of the chapter he’s reading. There’s a lot more to closed captioning than just reading dialogue.
His i Pad reads the first sentence aloud, highlighting each word as it is spoken. Cut to a close-up of the boy’s face as he reads and listens. Cut to a close-up of an Apple Watch on a woman’s wrist. You can also use it to display the music and sound effects while you watch movies and TV shows on any Apple device. Don’t miss an incoming Face Time call, text message, email, or notification.
And now it includes new toolbar support, as well as improved typing, autocapitalization, and word suggestions. And our products are designed to support those differences. Guided Access lets parents, teachers, or therapists limit i Pad to one app at a time, and limit the amount of time spent in an app.
So they include innovative technologies that can read words or even whole pages aloud for auditory learners. So i Pad can be a powerful tool for autistic people or those with attention and sensory challenges.
And now Screen Time helps everyone better understand and manage device usage. [Cheering] The three girls smile as they look up at the field. For some students, navigating the web on i Pad, i Phone, or Mac can be sensory overload. It strips away ads, buttons, and navigation bars, allowing you to focus on just the content you want.
Close your rings with reminders like “time to roll,” and enjoy wheelchair-specific workouts. Speak Selection helps with language development by speaking words you’re reading.
[buttons clicking] Cut to Sady, working with an i Mac at a desk in her home. We want everyone to enjoy the everyday moments that technology helps make possible, so we work to make every Apple product accessible from the very start. Choose from a preset range of color filters on your i Phone or i Pad or fine-tune them.
She moves her head to operate switches on both sides of her wheelchair headrest, typing in Pages through Switch Control. Close-up of the i Mac screen reveals her narration as it’s being typed. The young man is taking a photo of the boy with i Phone. [Camera app shutter sound] Cut to a close-up of a woman’s hand holding an i Phone. Because the true value of a device isn’t measured by how powerful it is, but by how much it empowers you. And turn on Invert Colors on all your devices to instantly change the values and create more contrast.
Close-up of his ear reveals that he is wearing a hearing aid. Using these features may feel like magic, but it’s very much by design. He has long, black hair and wears a black t-shirt with a red and white logo that reads: "Distartica." Voice Over: Reverb Nation. When products are designed to be accessible, more people can do what they love. [Students chatter] Sheet music is placed onto a stand. [Musical scales] Shane: Now are you going to be able to play today or not, Morgan? [Clarinets play quietly] Shane changes the i Phone preset from Normal to Music. In the Hearing Devices menu, she increases Hearing Device Mic Volume to fifty-five percent. With high-quality video and a fast frame rate, Face Time is a great way for people who use sign language to communicate easily.
[wind blowing loudly] Cut to a close-up of the man’s i Phone screen. [wind blowing quietly] (Woman) Three miles to the summit. Cut to a young boy in a classroom, studying on an i Pad while wearing headphones. He uses an i Phone, running his finger across the screen. That’s why we build powerful features into every operating system and every device to help people who are deaf or hard of hearing. [Volume increases] She holds a conductor's baton and sweeps her arms upward. And because Mac, i Phone, i Pad, and i Pod touch all come equipped with Face Time, you can talk to i OS and mac OS users across the street or across the globe.
You can navigate mac OS with minimal use of a physical keyboard. And Text to Speech can make learning easier by letting you hear what you’re reading and writing.