An accessible iPhone?
Until now, most visually impaired people and people with coordination issues saw the iPhone as a no go area. It relies solely on touchscreen technology which requires tiny gestures to manipulate. It also provided no solution for screenreader users or those of us who need magnification. All we could do was sit back and be bitter about the disappearance of buttons you could feel, while our friends chatted gaily about the merits of having their iTunes library
on their phone, and how all the downloadable applications just rock their worlds. Apple obviously felt our pain and took it into account when designing the iPhone 3GS.