[tabi] Re: iOS 8 Without the Eye

  • From: Aliqurani <aliquraini@xxxxxxxxx>
  • To: "tabi@xxxxxxxxxxxxx" <tabi@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Thu, 2 Oct 2014 04:24:40 -0400

Thank you

I would if I could

> On Oct 1, 2014, at 4:12 PM, Betsy Sawyers <betsaw@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> fyi,
> National Braille Press has a new book for iOS 8.  I have not read it yet, but 
> I have no doubt it will be a good reference. This is different from the 
> getting started with the iPhone series.
> Below is a description and link if interested.
> iOS 8 Without the Eye
> The Definitive Guide to iOS 8 from a Blind Person’s Perspective
> by Jonathan Mosen 
> In Braille (2 vols), eBraille (BRF), DAISY, or Word: $19.95
> Apple’s iOS 8, the mobile operating system powering iPhone®, iPad® and iPod
> Touch®, is more powerful, more capable, and perhaps most exciting of all, 
> more open than ever before.
> Make the most of what iOS 8 has to offer. Get up and running quickly and
> easily with a clearly-written, comprehensive, well-structured guide to all 
> that’s new in iOS 8.
> Jonathan Mosen has spent months delving into iOS 8 as it has taken shape,
> writing up the advertised new features from an accessibility point of view, 
> and uncovering a whole bunch of other goodies Apple didn’t talk about. The
> results of all that work can be in your hands with a low-cost purchase.
> Look at new features from the perspective of those who use VoiceOver with
> this text-based, searchable, authoritative resource that lets you read at 
> your own pace, skim at your leisure, and consult when you need it. Jonathan
> starts from the iOS 8 installation process, works through all the VoiceOver 
> changes, then moves onto the amazing new mainstream features from a blindness
> perspective.
> Read the full table of contents - and order the braille, BRF or DAISY
> editions - at:
> http://www.nbp.org/ic/nbp/IOS8-EYE.html

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