Apple has a program accessible to all

Apple announced today that its Everye Can Code program is available in some schools for blind and deaf students. Beginning this fall, schools that help students with visi, hearing, and other support needs will begin to offer programs accessible to all for the Swift programming language

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The initiative Everye Can Code goes from the children's garden to # 39, in college and beyd, and helps students learn to code using Swift. Tim Cook said in a statement:

Apple's missi is to make products as accessible as possible. We created Everye Can Code because we believe that all students deserve an opportunity to learn the language of technology. We hope to bring Everye Can Code to even more schools around the world serving students with disabilities.

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Apple has collaborated with engineers, teachers and programmers a program accessible to everye. Up to now, the list of participating schools includes:


Apple also organizes events worldwide in all Apple stores today to promote inclusive design and how technology can help people with disabilities Since last year, Apple has organized more than 10,000 accessibility sessis around the world.

[ 4 accessibility applicatis that help people with disabilities ]

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