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Category: Communication

This cordless phone will give you total peace of mind whenever you call as it has an auditory system that will tell you, through a voice, which key you have pressed. Thanks to this device, you will never dial the wrong number.
In addition, it includes a large, backlit, high-contrast screen on which you can see the numerals easily without straining your eyesight.

A home landline generally lacks features that adapt to those with visual problems, but this specific model can help you if you are blind or visually impaired.
For blind people, it is wonderful to enjoy the experience of being able to hear the name of the key you are pressing without the worry of being mistaken.
If you have low vision, this device is ideal as you can use the voice and rely on the large numbers, or vice versa.

All Apple brand devices are set to be used by every type of user, even those with visual problems or other disabilities, as when the device is acquired it can be used with the standard integrated accessibility solutions. For this, it can be configured at the start of the device’s setting process or by accessing “Adjustments/General/Accessibility” and selecting the option that best adapts to your needs.

An iPhone is much more than a telephone for a visually-impaired person. We could say that it provides essential technical help, both due to the accessibility now included as standard and to the service offered by all the possibilities provided by the apps for any situation in our daily lives. This device is suitable for every type of user. However, it should be clear that to use it (and according to the type of user and their experience with mobile devices) it is necessary to spend some time learning how it works and familiarising oneself both with the chosen accessibility solution, with the workings of the device itself and the apps to be used.

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