Episode 118: Apple changes the game for blind people locating lost stuff, with their stunningly accessible AirTags
After the many months we have been speculating about Apple’s new AirTags for tracking lost items, I thought I would probably like them. What I didn’t expect after using one was a realisation that as a blind person, my quality of life just improved. With AirTags and a newer device capable of the precision finding feature, Apple has changed the game for blind people wishing to find lost items.
In this episode, Heidi Taylor joins me as we discuss what AirTags are, what they do and why you might use them. Then we unbox them, set them up, and show you how easy it is to find something in your house, even when you have absolutely no clue where it is. Congratulations and thank you Apple, you’ve done something really special here.
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