Although the flesh of Apple’s accessibility bulletin from WWDC has related to the implementation, there still are other components has declared that have relevancy to accessibility as well. Here, then, are some thoughts on Apple’s less-headlining bulletins that I believe are most interesting from a disability point of view.
Accessibility croaks above the fold
One of the dainties I reported during the week was that Apple moved the Accessibility menu( on iOS 13 and iPadOS) to the top level of the Settings hierarchy. Instead of instructing down to Settings> General> Accessibility, the accessibility settings are now a “top level domain, ” in the same list view as Notifications, Screen Time, and so on. Apple too told me this move applies to watchOS 6 as well.