In this episode, Tyler gives a demonstration and walkthrough of macOS Recovery, a suite of utilities that can help resolve issues with your Mac and manage startup parameters. From within macOS Recovery, you can:
In this episode, Tyler demonstrates how to create and use Safari website shortcuts or "Web apps" on macOS.
This feature allows you to create shortcuts to websites on your dock that when opened, behave as if the website was its own app. This may be useful for VoiceOver users, as web apps are included when pressing Command-Tab to cycle through open apps, making them easy to switch to and from. In addition, these web apps can be mapped to commands in Keyboard Commander so they can be accessed with a single keystroke.
In this podcast, Tyler discusses and explores some storage-management features of macOS.
Note: In macOS Ventura, these features have been relocated to System Settings > General > Storage.
Free up storage space on your Mac
In this podcast, Khalfan Bin Dhaher demonstrates Multilingual VoiceOver support on macOS.
In this podcast, Alex Hall takes a look at the Chess application which comes preloaded on all Mac computers. This is a companion to his guide to the Chess app.
You can use the Chess application to play chess against the computer or another person, or watch the computer play against itself. You can choose the level of difficulty for each game, get hints from the computer, and make moves using spoken commands.
In this podcast, Majid gives us a demonstration of Eclipse, an integrated development environment (IDE).
The Eclipse platform which provides the foundation for the Eclipse IDE is written in Java and is designed to be extensible using additional plugins. It can be used to develop rich client applications, integrated development environments and other tools. Eclipse can be used as an IDE for any programming language for which a plug-in is available.
In this podcast, Tyler Stephen shows us an overview of some of the new features in MacOS Big Sur.
In this edition of the AppleVis Extra, Scott and Alex sat down with John Panarese of MacForTheBlind.com, who is an Apple-certified OS X instructor. He told us all about how anyone, blind or sighted, can obtain this certification. The only limitation is that the test must be taken in person at an authorized training center; use this page to locate your nearest training center.
In this edition of the AppleVis Extra, Thomas Domville, Alex Hall, and Tyler Stephen get together to discuss Apple's WWDC 2022 Keynote.
In this edition of the AppleVis Extra, Thomas Domville, Dave Nason, and Tyler Stephen get together to discuss Apple's WWDC 2023 Keynote.
In this episode, Dave Nason, Alex Hall, Scott Davert and Tyler Steven gather to talk about everything announced at Apple's October 30th event in New York, where a new MacBook Air, Mac Mini and iPad Pro were revealed.
For even more coverage of the announcements, check out Alex's blog post at https://www.applevis.com/blog/apple-ipad-news/all-about-new-macs-and-ipads-apples-october-30th-event
In this edition of the AppleVis Extra, Dave Nason, Thomas Domville, Scott Davert, and Tyler Stephen get together to discuss the announcements made at Apple's WWDC 2019 Keynote.
You can read our summary of the keynote here; where you are also encouraged to share your own opinions on what Apple did and did not announce.
In this edition of the AppleVis Extra, Dave Nason and Thomas Domville are joined by Sarah Herrlinger, Director of Global Accessibility Policy and Initiatives at Apple; and Dean Hudson, Accessibility Evangelist at Apple. Topics covered in this podcast include an in-depth look at new accessibility features coming later this year in Apple software for blind and low vision users, as well as a broader look at Apple's approach to making their products accessible to as many people as possible.
In this edition of the AppleVis Extra, Dave Nason, Thomas Domville, and Tyler Stephen get together to discuss Apple's WWDC 2020 Keynote.
In this edition of the AppleVis Extra, Dave Nason and Thomas Domville speak with Sarah Herrlinger, Director of Global Accessibility Policy and Initiatives at Apple, and her colleague Dean Hudson, who is also a VoiceOver and braille user himself.
On 22 June, Apple’s WWDC keynote highlighted the key changes and updates coming in iOS 14, iPad OS 14, Watch OS 7 and Mac OS Big Sur, from a largely mainstream perspective.
This conversation with Sarah and Dean gives us the opportunity to learn much more about what’s new in the area of accessibility.
In this edition of the AppleVis Extra, Dave Nason, Tyler Stephen, and Ed Worrell get together to discuss Apple's "One More Thing" event.
In this episode of the AppleVis Extra, Dave Nason, Thomas Domville and Michael Hansen got together with the community on Clubhouse to discuss everything Apple announced at their Spring Loaded event on Tuesday 20 April 2021.
As well as the usual round table discussion among the team, we were able to bring members of the audience up on stage to give their thoughts too. Huge thanks to everyone who joined us for the recording and to everyone who spoke. Do please let us know in the comments on the website if you like the format.
In this edition of the AppleVis Extra, Dave Nason, Thomas Domville, and Tyler Stephen discuss some of their highlights from Apple's WWDC 21 keynote presentation.
In this month's edition of AppleVis Unleashed, Thomas Domville, Randy Rusnakk and Mike Malarsie get together to talk about recent Apple news and topics of interest.
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