Apple on Tuesday offered an ASL translation of time flies on its website. In the activity playback of ASL translation, there are two pictures – the left screen shows the video of the press conference, and the right screen shows that someone is translating the said content with ASL. < / P > < p > Apple’s accessibility in products is well known. Apple has brought some significant improvements to users in IOS 14. It can send alerts when a user’s iPhone receives certain sounds, such as a dog’s bark; another new feature allows users to double-click or triple tap the back of the phone to perform a custom task; if users use sign language while talking in group FaceTime, IOS 14 can detect this and make the user’s window more prominent. < / P > < p > adding ASL translation to its “time flies” campaign shows that apple is continuing to think about how to serve customers who may have disabilities. The replay of the event also provides subtitles in different languages, including English, Spanish and Japanese. Didi Qingju bicycle has entered 150 cities