Today is the international day of disabled persons. The “auxiliary functions” page on Apple’s official website is updated synchronously. It introduces the ways and details of Apple’s hardware products and software systems to help the disabled. < p > < p > Apple has always called that people with disabilities have the right to pursue a better digital life, and they do the same. Over the years, IOS, ipados, watchos and other hardware products, such as iPhone, iPad, MAC and apple watch, have taken into account the needs of the disabled in these aspects. < / P > < p > users who are concerned about Apple’s hardware may know that Apple has added “character detection” to products with lidar scanners, such as the iPhone 12 pro and iPhone 12 Pro max, as well as the new iPad pro. Visual impaired users can let iPhone prompt how far the person in front of them is from them, and support customized voice Treble reminder to indicate the distance. Once the distance of detected characters is within this range, iPhone will send out higher voice feedback. < / P > < p > in fact, there are many such examples. In today’s updated “auxiliary functions” introduction page, apple officials sort out and make it clearer that they provide more humanized functions for users with visual, auditory and tactile impairments. < / P > < p > for example, vision, for most people, full touch screen electronic devices will bring better experience, but for people with visual impairment, touch screen will make them unable to use. Among the auxiliary functions, such as amplifier, zoom, narration, reading aloud and other functions, are to serve this group of users, so that they can see more clearly, or turn visual information into auditory information, and read all kinds of text on the screen to blind users. < / P > < p > for people with hearing impairment, Apple has also prepared sound recognition, perceptual reminder (realized by LED flash, etc.) or work with third-party partners only in hearing aids to turn sound into visual and tactile information for barrier free transmission. < / P > < p > for people with limited mobility, Siri is a “obedient” intelligent assistant. There are also auxiliary touch operations, and tapping the back can help them. < / P > < p > in October 2016, the press conference started with a promotional video on the accessibility of people with disabilities. Apple spent a few minutes to express that it also has the right to pursue a better digital life for people with disabilities. < / P > < p > of course, they will implement all the publicity, even better. So some people say that Apple may be the best technology company in caring for the disabled. In hardware or software functions, the relevant details are full of humanistic care. At the same time, these are also one of their social responsibilities. Global Tech