Physical & Motor Skills
The revolutionary iPhone delivers a variety of innovative features that make it more accessible to those with impaired physical and motor skills.
Built-in AssistiveTouch lets you enter Multi-Touch gestures using one finger or a stylus (sold separately). It also supports the use of adaptive input devices, like headsets and switches, so you can experience the full capability of iPhone.
iPhone includes several physical buttons: the Sleep/Wake button, located on the top edge; the Ring/Silent switch and volume-control buttons, located on the upper-left edge of iPhone; and the Home button, centred below the display.
Intelligent Keyboard with Predictive Text Entry
Appearing only when you need it and displaying a keyboard appropriate to the task you’re performing, the intelligent QWERTY keyboard on iPhone includes advanced technologies to correct and prevent misspelled words. iPhone learns as you type, so your speed increases almost immediately.
iPhone Stereo Headset
iPhone comes with a stereo headset with a high-performance microphone “capsule” built into the cable. Plugging into the standard 3.5-mm stereo headphone jack, the headset lets you control music playback and answer and end calls using the microphone capsule as a clicker. (You can also purchase a hearing aid-compatible induction ear loop for iPhone).
You can assign distinctive ringtones to individuals in your contacts list, using the ringtone as an audible caller ID.
Enjoy hands-free communication using the built-in speakerphone, which you can also use to listen to Visual Voicemail, music, podcasts and video.
iTunes can synchronise your latest music, movies, podcasts, contacts, calendar events and photos via Wi-Fi, or when you connect your iPhone to your Mac or PC. This feature makes it easy to manage your content with the minimum number of keystrokes or mouse clicks.