Orbit Reader Q40 Clarification, Apple’s WWDC Announcement & Your Feedback

In this lively episode of Double Tap, hosts Steven Scott and Shaun Preece start with a clarification about the Orbit Reader Q40, correcting a previous guest’s thoughts about the number of cells it has—it’s 40, not 48, as was mistakenly mentioned.

The discussion then moves to Apple’s WWDC announcement, where Steven expresses his waning interest in the Vision Pro, contrasting with Sean’s curiosity about its development potential, especially concerning the accessibility of its cameras to developers.

Listener emails bring a personal touch to the episode, with stories and questions about cane preferences, non-tech sunglasses for bright sunlight, and the importance of mobility training over tech solutions for navigation challenges. The hosts also address feedback on various topics, including the accessibility of the Amazon Music iOS app and the potential of Windows Spots on Apple Voiceover to improve navigation on Mac.

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