Today is^( , an event that promotes inclusion and access to technology for anyone with a disability. As it has over the past few years, Apple is marking the day by updating Apple.com in a few regions around the world with a message promoting accessibility: “Technology is most powerful when it empowers everyone.”
On the ^( , visitors are encouraged to explore more accessibility features, which is linked to Apple’s ^( . The page doesn’t appear to have been updated yet this year; it highlights areas where Apple helps users with disabilities related to vision, hearing, physical and motor skills, learning, and literacy. The front page updates haven’t appeared yet in the United States and other regions, but they will likely be refreshed as the day progresses.
On the accessibility page, Apple highlights its short commercial from 2018 about real people with disabilities who use its products in everyday life, narrated by Sady Paulson, who uses Switch Control on a Mac. Otherwise the page showcases Apple accessibility features like VoiceOver, Live Listen, Switch Control, and more, with the help of products including the iPhone, ^( , ^( , and ^( .
In years past, Apple celebrated Global Accessibility Awareness Day with a series of^( that highlighted interviews conducted ^( . Apple has also previously held a ^( at One Infinite Loop and hosted global events promoting inclusive design at Apple corporate offices in Cupertino, Austin, Cork, and London. The company also usually holds accessibility-related Today at Apple sessions at its retail stores.
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