Serina, Callie, Seyoon and Jeff chill out in the Blind Abilities Studio to bring you the Tech Abilities Show. From Avatars getting legs, Apple’s new Savings plan, Air Tag battery replacement, new iPhone 14 Pro and Pro Max for Seyoon and jeff, to Air Friers being Accessible, new Apple TVs, iPads new and the massive iPad Pro with the M2 chip. Wow factor gets tested. But, is this too much iPad?
With White Cane Safety Day in the Books we talk about the importance that bringing awareness to the general public has today and a big step for Audio Description on the 20,000 Hertz podcast.
This is a healthy and longest Tech Abilities episode and it is just perfect for the times. We enjoyed the conversation and we hope you find something that helps you along your own journey.
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Here are some topics and links from this episode:
Does your Avatar have legs yet?
Apple rolling out an Apple Savings Account program. Is Delayed at time of press.
How is the iPhone 14 Pro doing Seyoon?
How was the set up with voiceover?
Jeff’s 14 Pro Max has arrived!
iPod Pro 2 reports.
Yes, I got a lanyard and I am just saying, Hmm.
Air Tag Battery replacement How to.
Jeff ordered the new Apple TV 4K 64GB WiFi
New entry level iPads from Apple. 4 colors. 449 Entry level. and 599 for Cellular models.
Blue, Pink, Yellow and Silver
New folio Magic keyboard. $249
the new iPad Smart Folio is available for $79 (US) in white, sky, watermelon, and lemonade.
New iPad Pro with M2 as well. 799 for 11 inch and 1099 for 12.9 inch version.
And, up to 2 TB of storage for $2199, 1 TB for $1799, 512 GB $1399, and $1199 for 256 GB.
Accessible Air Frier, Cosori Pro II 5.8 Quart works with Amazon and Google devices.
See Blind Abilities episode 900
How is the Mac Classes going Callie?
What’s up with Netflix? New tiers?
Audio Description got a boost from 20,000 Hertz podcast with Roy Samuelson, Melody Goodspeed and Thomas Reid.
White Cane Safety Day and bringing awareness to the people.
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