Apple's WWDC (worldwide developer conference) was yesterday, June 3 2019, and they introduced some awesome new hardware and software.
Some of what excites me the most hasn't received as much of the praise that the super expensive Mac Pro or the ability to easily convert an iPad app to a Mac app has recieved.
Luckily there has still be a lot of love for accessibility features. These are features that can help users with a variety of disabilities use their devices better.
My favorite is Voice Control which allows you to do exactly what the name says. The video below shows how amazing it is.
There is also some support now for using a mouse with your iPad.
Apple also said they are moving the settings area for accessibility out from the deep recesses of the settings app.
I love seeing the emphasis that apple continues to place on accessibility features.