Dear fellow members of the AppleVis Forum,
As a blind person who uses MacOS 13 with M1 or M2 chips, I am writing to share with you a call for suggestions to Apple's accessibility department about adding screen recognition to MacOS 13 or Higher on this platform. This would provide blind people with the ability to identify non-labeled elements on the screen in real time, just like the screen recognition capabilities found on the iPhone.
Unfortunately, at present, MacOS Ventura 13 does not have screen recognition capabilities, making it difficult for blind people to navigate and interact with their computer without sighted assistance.
Screen recognition would enable VoiceOver to identify buttons, links, and other elements on the screen, even if they are not labeled, and describe them to the user. This would greatly enhance the user experience for blind and visually impaired people who use MacOS 13 with M1 or M2 chips, allowing us to navigate our computers more independently.
As members of the AppleVis Forum, we understand the importance of accessibility and the role it plays in our daily lives. We also know that Apple has a strong commitment to accessibility and has been a leader in this area. Therefore, I call upon all of you to join me in requesting that Apple's accessibility department consider adding screen recognition capabilities to MacOS 13 with M1 or M2 chips.
By working together and voicing our concerns and suggestions, we can make a significant impact in improving accessibility for all. So, let's come together and make our voices heard, and help Apple make MacOS 13 with M1 or M2 chips more accessible for blind and visually impaired people.
Would you have any better idea please let me know.
Thank you for your attention and support.