GIVE YOUR EYES A REST BY USING ACCESSIBILITY FEATURES ON YOUR SCREEN

GIVE YOUR EYES A REST BY USING ACCESSIBILITY FEATURES ON YOUR SCREEN
 Most of us take our eyesight for granted and like me, I bet you don’t even know about your accessibility features on your iPad, tablet, laptop or desk top computer. After recent eye surgery recovery I was reminded by my Apple Canada contact Tara Hendela to check out the iPad’s accessibility features. I’m glad I did, and I must say the experience was much easier on my eyes.But now that I am pretty much healed, I am a new fan of accessibility features on any device. Why? Because after spending hours reading on a screen, as I do, it is relieving to look at a less bright and contrasty screen. The iPad for example, has several accessibility options (unlike most competitors) for your eyes and ease of use. It easily reverses the screen, like a negative so what was light is now dark. Black text now shows as white on a dark background. The only...