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Examining the New Apple Products
In this final Tech Doctor podcast of 2019, Allison Mervis, David Woodbridge and Robert Carter examine all of the fantastic new products that Apple released during the fall of 2019.
They discuss the iPhones 11, the AirPods Pro, the 16 inch MacBook Pro, the update to the HomePod, the Apple Card, Catalina, Apple Watch 5 and Apple TV Plus.
The Tech Doctors are delighted by these new products and it is our pleasure to tell you all about them.
September 2019 Apple Event
In this Tech Doctor podcast, Robert Carter, Allison Mervis and David Woodbridge discuss the highlights of the September 2019 Apple event.
They mention Apple Arcade, iPad 7th generation, Apple TV Plus, the new iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro and much more.
This is an unedited podcast designed to get you the information as quickly as possible. Your job is to sit back, listen and enjoy.
Remembering the First Accessible iPhone From Ten Years Ago
In this Tech Doctor podcast, Robert is joined by Anna Dresner, Darcy Burnard, Steve Sawczyn and David Woodbridge.
The first accessible iPhone went on sale on June 19, 2009. It was the iPhone 3GS.
We are celebrating ten years of iPhone accessibility and remembering what it was like when our dream came true during the 2009 WWDC keynote presentation. You will hear audio from the WWDC stage and some audio clips from a very excited group of Maccessibility podcasters who recorded just after the 2009 keynote.
Come along with us and relive the excitement. Even after ten years, we are still astounded at the way Apple engineered VoiceOver to work on the iPhone’s touch-screen.
It was wonderful to get this group of iPhone pioneers together. Listen for their contact information at the end of the podcast.
WWDC 2019 Keynote Recap
In this Tech Doctor podcast, Allison Mervis, Robert Carter and David Woodbridge discuss and examine all of the important announcements that were made during Apple’s 2019 WWDC keynote presentation.
This presentation was filled with new information. The three podcasters found a lot to be excited about in this keynote.
Low-Cost Refreshable Braille Part Four
This Podcast is part four in a series on low-cost refreshable Braille displays.
Lisa Salinger and Robert Carter spend this podcast sharing their experiences and impressions with the
Brailliant BI 14 from HumanWare
This podcast will provide you with our perspective on this innovative little device. For details on exactly how it all works, check out the free tutorial on the Brailliant BI 14 which is available from
Lisa and Robert have enjoyed putting this series together. Low-Cost Braille is an exciting and much needed development in technology for people who are blind. Robert and Lisa hope this series will help you make informed decisions when evaluating and purchasing this new technology.
Low-Cost Refreshable Braille Part Three
In this Tech Doctor podcast, Lisa Salinger and Robert Carter are back with part three in their low-cost refreshable Braille series.
This time, their focus is on the Orbit Reader 20 available from Orbit Research
Lisa and Robert provide a basic description of the Orbit Reader and they share what it is like to work with this Braille display.
If you want full details on the operation of the Orbit Reader 20, check out Lisa’s Orbit Reader audio tutorial which is available from
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Really great. Very informative. Well done.
A great podcast!
This is a great podcast for anyone who wants to learn about how blind people access today's technology.
Dr. Carter has great interviews with assistive technology professionals, great tips and tricks, and the latest news in AT related to the blind and visually impaired.