Increase Your APPtitude on iOS. Presentation By: Donna Brostek Lee , Independent Contractor, APH Ryan Honey , Braille Institute of America. Accessible iDevices :. iPod Touch – 4 th Generation 8 GB - $199 32 GB - $299 64 GB - $399 iPhone 4S (service from AT&T, Sprint, or Verizon)
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Donna Brostek Lee, Independent Contractor, APH
Ryan Honey, Braille Institute of America
Turn on the following features by tapping the Settings icon, then selecting General, and Accessibility (also can be accessed through iTunes)
*You can’t use VoiceOver and Zoom at the same time
Save yourself a headache:
Visit www.donnablee.com/VoiceOver to download
the cheat sheets for operating VoiceOver.
To pair a braille display, go to the Settingsicon, then select General, Accessibility, VoiceOver, and Braille. When you see your braille display under Choose a Braille Device, select your device. Enter the code 1234 on your iOS Device* (not the refreshable braille display) to complete the pairing process. This only needs to be done the first time you use the braille display.
To view all refreshable braille displays that work with iOS devices go to: http://www.apple.com/accessibility/iphone/braille-display.html
*Most displays use the code 1234
To pair a Bluetooth keyboard, go to the Settingsicon, then select General, and Bluetooth. Enter the PIN numberon your iOS Device (see keyboard instructions for PIN number) to complete the pairing process. This only needs to be done the first time you use the keyboard.
So what do we do?
And for fun . . . visit the Apple Store to check out the latest App-Enabled Accessories!
Donna Brostek Lee, Ph.D., TVI, COMS
Western Michigan University –
TCVI/OMC Program Co-Coordinator
University of Kentucky – Assistant Professor
Starting August 2012
Director of Digital Media, Braille Institute