“Just Say Hi” Campaign

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Hand holding iPhone 6 with the text question, "Hey Siri, how do you start a conversation with someone who has a disability?"

Tim Cook joins the “Just Say Hi” campaign with the Cerebral Palsy Foundation, addressing the uneasiness and hesitation some might feel around people with disabilities. This video was shot using the new iPhone 6s Plus.  

You can also view the video in the Just Say Hi app on the App Store. Siri, Apple’s intelligent assistant, helps people send messages, place phone calls, schedule meetings, and you can even ask Siri to turn on accessibility features like VoiceOver.  

Intuitive by design, iPhone, iPad, Apple Watch, Macs, iPod touch and Apple TV come with assistive features that allow people of all abilities to experience the fun and function of the Apple ecosystem. Apple has built-in a range of accessibility features to help those with physical and motor challenges including those with Cerebral Palsy including Siri, Switch Control, Dictation, Assistive Touch, and continue to innovate adding Touch Accommodations and Switch Control recipes in iOS 9. Learn more about iOS Accessibility for those with physical and motor limitations.