Thursday, February 19, 2015

God bless Steve Jobs

I am probably one of those who will continue to sing the praises of the late Steve Jobs for the rest of my life and as a blind person I can tell you that I am very proud to do so.

Thanks to Steve Jobs I can be a part of the worldwide group of i device users. He did something which has turned out to practically revolutionize the world of mobile devices for blind and low vision folks like me. And as they often say, better late than never. I just hope that other developers can find it possible to follow in his footsteps and since he has been gone, Apple has continued to fulfill his promises.

I, as a blind i device user, will continue to encourage Apple to keep on motoring. To keep on developing and marketing software and hardware for blind persons. The world is a better place for me, thanks to Steve Jobs.

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