Join Steven Scott, Shaun Preece & this weeks guest Shelly Brisbin in this latest episode of Double Tap Canada.
Firstly, the DTC team try to clear up some recent confusion regarding if some of the new iOS 14 accessibility features would actually be available on the new iPhone SE; Is it still a great choice for the visually impaired?
Next, Steven has got his hands on the new WeWalk Smart Cane and has taken it out for a test drive. With a sonar sensor, haptic feedback, built-in speaker, touchpad and a smaller, lighter design then the previous generation, will this replace Steven’s current long cane?
Finally, it’s on to the listener emails and voicemails. Maybe you can help answer a listener question regarding JAWS and an easy way to change punctuation levels? Staying with JAWS, Ryan explains just what you get for your money that you don’t get with the free options like NVDA or Narrator. Also, Tiffany asks about accessibility and the Amazon Fire tablet.
All this and more, including what do Americans do with custard and Steven’s broken horn, only on Double Tap Canada.
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