Apple celebrates International Day of People with Disabilities with a video showing how Apple devices are prepared for them

Everyone can be capable of what they set out to do. Apple wants to make that clear in a new video that it recently released, with the intention Commemorate and celebrate International Day of Persons with Disabilities from December 3rd.

With the video, the company wants to show everyone how people of all functionalities have to put in extra effort to be able to do what the rest of the world takes for granted. But various products and parts of Apple systems help make this effort more bearable.

Let no obstacle resist

For example, in the video we see a person with no arms who has automated many actions around the house using Siri, which is a consolation for a fully functional person but makes life a lot easier in this particular case. We can also see another deaf person who You realize your baby is crying because your Apple Watch is telling you. In less than two and a half minutes, the video reveals all the challenges a person may have depending on their disability.

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In addition to the video, Apple has prepared a number of Today at Apple Service Sessions for People with Disabilities. Each session lasts 15 minutes and focuses on features like VoiceOver designed for you. You can now consult the agenda of the sessions in the Spanish Apple Store. Sessions are repeated several times a day throughout the week and are completely free for visitors.