You know why owning an iOS device is pretty cool? When’s the last time Stevie Wonder paused a concert to give Steve Ballmer a shout out, huh? Never. That’s when.
Stevie Wonder is a good-will ambassador for the United Nations championing equal access for persons with disabilities and last week in the middle of this year’s Wonder-Full club event at the Echoplex in Los Angeles, CA gave pause to acknowledge Steve Jobs and Apple’s contributions to making technology accessible to all.
“I want you all to give a hand to someone that you know who’s health is very bad at this time. His company took the challenge of making technology accessible to everyone. In the spirit of caring and moving the world forward, Steve Jobs. Because there’s nothing on the iPhone or iPad that you can do that I can’t do.”
It should be noted that the Apple has continuously made accessibility options a priority in not only their iOS line of devices but heavy accessibility options have been a key part of Apple software design before we were nicknaming OS’s after large cats; supporting users who may have varying physical limitations.