Video to thank Apple for accessibility features goes viral
An Apple screen, keyboard and laptop sit on a deskJames Rath was born legally blind. As a child, he dealt with the bullying, inability to complete his school work and feelings of isolation. As a teenager, he stumbled upon Apple products and, in this video, shares how Apple “saved” his life.

He created the video to thank Apple for all the work they do to make their products accessible. James didn’t expect the video to garner so much attention. Even Tim Cook, CEO of Apple tweeted about the video on Twitter! James has also been contacted by the Apple Accessibility team to ask his opinion on further advancements.

Watch the video to learn more about James’ story.

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How Apple Saved My Life

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