Today marks the 10th anniversary of iPhone. I had to browse back ten years in the archive to find my old post Day of the iPhone release.
Posts with tag ”iphone”
Several years ago there was much talk in the accessibility area about Braille displays. But today flat touchscreens are everywhere, in smart phones, pads and music players. How does a visually impaired person use a touchscreen interface?
I was talking to some people about the possibilities with Internet and got an amazing comment: “What, so you mean there was no internet when you were a kid?”. At first I felt very old, but then I smiled at the remark.
I’ve had the good fortune to try the new iPad on two separate occasions during the past week. One of these locations was a rooftop in Madrid, but I’ll put the stunning settings aside and mention the ups and downs of this hyped product in an almost objective way.
This is the night when the iPhone is released in America. Are you dying to get your hands on one? Well, get in line. Literally. People are lined up outside the Apple stores, doing live coverage through blogs and podcasts. As expected, it’s more like a show than a sales queue and the media love it.