Apple unveils Spoken Interface for blind OS X users

Apple has introduced a new accessibility solution for visually impaired users that it will integrate with the next major release of Mac OS X. The company took the wraps off of the new technology today: It's called Spoken Interface for Mac OS X. To find out more, MacCentral recently spoke with Mike Shebanek, Apple product manager for Mac OS X Source: MacCentral This looks pretty nice, and it should be better then the current voice features of OS X. I just hope there are better voices then the MacinTalk voices, such as Veronica.

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