Apple’s iOS 18: Enhanced Accessibility with Eye Tracking, Music Haptics, and Vocal Shortcuts

Apple is planning to introduce accessibility options in iOS 18. These modifications encompass eye tracking, music haptic, and vocal shortcuts. The features are made to make devices easier to use for people with disabilities.

This technology will let people with physical disabilities use their iPads and iPhones by tracking their eye movements. The front camera will let you use apps and do things like swiping and pressing buttons. Machine learning on mobile devices will keep all data safe.

Music haptics, made for people who can’t hear, will use the iPhones touch engine. This feature will make the music sound even better by adding cool effects like taps, textures, and vibrations. Apple is also providing a way for developers to include this feature in their apps through an API.

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