By MarkSarch, 10 March, 2023 Forum iOS and iPadOS Hello everybody! Just wondering any one from here has tried the new Dexcom G7 system? How accessible its the set up process when installed a new sensor through the app, does voiceOver read all the windows and buttons?? Options Log in or register to post comments Comments I would like to know as well My fiancé is currently using the Dexcom G6. And we find it very accessible with voiceover. We are considering switching to the G7 in April. Can anybody let us know if that also is accessible? Only G6 voiceOver users hello Looks as none voiceOver user has the experience with Dexcom G7. I also asked the same question in other side and the all voiceOver users still have the G6. I will update the thread when I have the possibility of play with the G7 Dexcom G7 updates!! Hello: I have some updates regarding to Dexcom G7 system I got information from some voiceOver user who has been using the dexcom G7 for almost 3 weeks. Some of the screens in the app could be done a little better, but using the screen recognition mode in iOS, most everything can be done. The set up process is similar as Dexcom G6, voiceOver reads every window screen when insert a new sensor and its fully accessible entering the code using the camera or manually. I will try to get more information when I can Hello, recently had a a1c test came in at 11.7 I am going to advocate for the g7 due to the fact that I have issues with being stuck with needles all the time. I doubt she will want me to do injections. but we are going to try and push cgm with the dextarity and blind card she really doesn't want me to stick my finger all the time. So we are going to get pushy with insurance. so I will play with things as I can. see if i can't find a way to get sensors somehow. but, I am going to make a forum post or app entry when I try something I had to pick up otc from walmart. I will probably not know anything for a bit until I try but its on my todo thing for the day. So for those who stick fingers and can do I will keep you posted on an otc from Walmart meter that fully talks. and strips for it are nine bucks. Dexcom G7 Accessibility The Dexcom G7 using voiceover is very accessible. I currently am using and iPhone 14 Pro running iOS 17.1.2. I would caution you to be regularly checking the Dexcom website for compatibility if updateing your iPhone or going to and update of the iOS before updating. Further questions about compatibility should be directly addressed with Dexcom. DexCom G6 While I cannot speak for the G7, the G6 is very accessible. The sensors are a physical device, technically they themselves are not electronic, save for the fact that the transmitter connects to them electronically and sends your Glucose readings to the DexCom G6 iOS app. The app is "mostly" accessible. The only real issue you will have will be with the Trend Graph, which is a graphic showing your glucose trends (I believe) from week to week. There is also a Siri shortcut that lets you ask Siri, "Hey Siri, what's my glucose?" This will in turn give you a response that will include your current reading, and whether it is steady, rising, or falling. Finally, I would encourage you to seek a medical professional to have a course on how to use and replace sensors. Trust me, it will save you time in the long run. Dexcom G7 information update Hello Here some updates about Dexcom G7 system I been Dexcom user for a long time my experience could be different to everyone of you First Lets talk about the Dexcom G7 app The app is very much accessible using voiceOver with more features comparing to the previous dexcom generations because basically include the clarity app and most of the features are located under several sections on the bottom of the app include to expense some extra hours to the sensor The app is great however if you are new using the Dexcom system is little confuse the Dexcom G6 is more clear and simple too use The G7 device is not the best from my own experience the G7 device is only a single piece that come in a small cylinder shape container with a twist cover in the bottom and with the 4 digits sensor code together with the code scanner at one side of the container Why I said that is not the best according to my own experience As I mention its a small device and I live in California the weather is not bad at all, California weather around 70 degrees and the sensor most of the time has felt down comparing to the Dexcom G6 that almost never happens.