Apple Wins Patent for Assistive-Centric Technology that allows Motor-Impaired users to Navigate a Device's UI

Last Saturday Patently Apple posted a report titled “The Website of the Year interviewed Apple’s Head of Accessibility who explained how the company is driven to Think Holistically” when designing accessibility software and hardware. Yesterday Apple was granted a major accessibility related patent covering the process of assisting the disabled with motor-impairment to control a computer interface

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