What's New and Changed in iOS 9 Accessibility for Blind and Deaf-Blind Users

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This detailed article discusses new accessibility updates in iOS 9.  There are a number of new braille display commands that match gestures/Bluetooth keyboard commands, such as braille display command for double tap and hold, two fingers double tap, First letter Quick Nav - if you use a braille display, be sure to check out these new commands!  Do you know about Keyboard shortcuts in specific app such as Mail? Do you work with students who struggle physically with some gestures?  Check out the new features that are more accommodating for users with physical disabilities.  Have you tried the new iOS 9 features such as Split Screen and Slide Over?  Scott Davert's post on AppleVis is a wealth of information!  To view the article, go to What's New and Changed in iOS 9 Accessibility for Blind and Deaf-Blind.