Much like Mac OS X Lion, iOS 5 simply has too many new features for Apple to spend a two-hour keynote detailing them all. If the 10 features revealed at WWDC 2011 on Monday have whet your appetite for more, strap in and click on to find out some of the cool stuff coming this fall that Apple didn’t talk about in San Francisco.
The iPhone’s user interface is pretty easy to get along with -- provided you can see it. Unfortunately, not everyone has the perfect vision required to see the diminutive text on their iPhone’s screen. Luckily, for those of us who have to squint ever time they want to look up a calendar entry or type something into Notepad, increasing the text size used in many of iOS’s core applications is only a few swipes away.
Get your Apple TV functioning like something out of The Jetsons with VoiceOver. We'll show you how to enable this app so that it can talk back to you. Follow the gallery after the cut for a quick run through of how to set it up.
One of the best features of the Mac is that there are tons of accessibility features for individuals with visual impairments and hearing impairments. Fortunately, Apple has moved some of its accessibility technologies over to the iPhone 4. Namely, Braille Display support.