Monday, April 27, 2020

Personal Power; The iOS Edition is Released

Hello everyone. I'm very happy to announce that after three and a half years of writing, it's finally ready for release. Personal Power; The iOS Edition is a guide for blind people who either own or are interested in using iOS devices made by Apple. Namely, iPHONEs, iPAds and iPODs. No prior experience is presumed. I've written this guide to be as approachable to absolute beginners as possible. Clocking in at around 250000 words, it has thirty-four major sections with second and third level subsections to ease navigation. There is also an interactive table of contents. The guide is not a manual so much as it is a travel guide. I wanted to impart the skills you'll need to thrive in the iOS ecosystem. However, I felt that it was even more important to help newcomers explore the possibilities of what they might do with an iOS device. As with my prior Personal Power guide, I approach this from the perspective of personal life enrichment rather than employment. I think that finding ways to enjoy using iOS devices is vital if one seeks to become competent. As with the prior Personal Power guide, this one too is released free of charge. People may not alter the text other than to make the document more accessible to those with disabilities. I'd appreciate any such efforts. Making the guide available as a DAISY book or in Braille would doubtless be of help to people. I encourage people to distribute this guide to whoever they think might find it useful. They are also free to post it in libraries or elsewhere on the Internet. Below are the links to versions of the guide in EPUB, RTF and PDF formats. EPUB:;_The_iOS_Edition_final RTF:;_The_iOS_Edition PDF:;_The_iOS_Edition_final

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