I’m sure it’s pretty well known at this point that iOS 7 is here. It was released at 10 AM Pacific time today, though there, at the moment, some reports of trouble downloading it. Undoubtedly, the servers are being hammered by people trying to upgrade their devices.
Before I get into my own thoughts, I have found that there are a lot of good reviews out there, which, I feel, will provide a great deal of information to folks interested in knowing what is in the update as far as accessibility and VoiceOver goes. So, I am going to first present some links to resources I think are great resources.
First, we have the review Josh of the Maccessibility network posted earlier today. I think this is quite comprehensive. Please
go here to read the Maccessibility review of iOS 7.
Next, Scott Davert of Applevis posted
this great review
that I highly recommend.
We also have a blog post from Luis Perez on iOS 7 as well that can be found
Another person who does great demonstrations and reviews is Ricardo Walker, and he has information worth listening to as well. You can listen to his
iOS 7 walkthrough here.
Last, but certainly not least, Jonathan Mosen’s book on iOS 7 is now available. This is a great resource for both the beginner and experienced user. Details about the book can be found
As for my thoughts, I am not going to basically write about what is already out there. However, here are some of my own observations: Continue reading