AppleVis is the leading online resource for blind and low vision users of Apple products. Our podcast includes demos, guides, interviews, roundtables and more; all intended to help you get the most from your Apple device.
Quick Tip: How to Force Quit Apple Watch Apps
In this podcast, Thomas Domville demonstrates how to force quit an app on Apple Watch.
Reasons you might want to do this include the app becoming unresponsive, frequently crashing, or you simply having a suspicion that the app might be the cause of a more general and system-wide issue.
As Thomas demonstrates, the process is simple - with the app open, press and hold the side button to show the power options. Then press and hold the Digital Crown to quit the app. 2 of 3
How to Configure macOS to Recognize Two Microphones as a Single Audio Device
If you’ve got two microphones but don’t have a digital mixing board, the Audio MIDI Setup app on macOS lets you configure them as a single audio device. Paul Martz shows us how to do it in this podcast, which was recorded and mixed entirely on GarageBand.
For more information on recording with GarageBand, see Paul’s blog series.
AppleVis Extra 78: Recapping Apple's "Hi, Speed" Event
In this edition of the AppleVis Extra, Dave Nason, Scott Davert, Thomas Domville, & Tyler Stephen get together to discuss Apple's Hi, Speed October 2020 event.
How to access iPhone carrier lock information on iOS
Did you know that you can easily check your iPhone to see if has a carrier lock on it? Follow along in this podcast as Thomas Domville shows us how to access iPhone carrier lock information on iOS.
How to Scan a QR Code on iOS
Need to scan a QR code? In this podcast Thomas Domville will show us how easy it is to scan a QR code on iOS
AppleVis Unleashed September 2020: The Creepy Eye
In this month's edition of AppleVis Unleashed, Thomas Domville, Randy Rusnak, and Mike Malarsie discuss recent Apple news and other topics of interest. Topics featured in this podcast include:
Everything Apple announced during its September event: Apple Watch Series 6, new iPad Air, and more
Here's how much money you can save with an Apple One services bundle
AppleCare+ now covers two incidents of accidental damage every 12 months
The Accessibility Bugs Introduced and Resolved in iOS 14 and iPadOS 14 for Blind and Low Vision Users
iOS 14 Adoption Surpasses 25% Across iPhone and iPad Five Days After Release
Downgrades from iOS 14 no longer possible as Apple stops signing iOS 13.7
What’s new in iOS 14.2 beta 1? Revamped media controls, ‘People Detection,’ more
Apple may hold its iPhone 12 event on October 13, pre-orders rumored to start October 16
Apple leaker confirms Oct. 13 'iPhone 12' event, Pro models arriving later
Apple's location-tracking AirTags are already in production
Everything Amazon Just Announced—Like That Crazy Home Drone
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Great job Apple
Thanks for giving those of us who are blind and visually impaired a podcast which is helpful in preparing for the next iOS update and for what is coming with the newest iOS devices. Of course, not to mention tips on how to navigate features on iOS using VoiceOver, as I do every day. Keep up all of the great work and keep doing what you have been doing.
Nice to have podcast that is helpful for visually impaired people