Apple is rumored to begin selling accessibility-related accessories and peripherals in its retail stores sometime in early 2016. The report, from Mac Otakara
], states that the new iOS- and OS X-supported devices will go on sale between January and March of next year.
No specific hint was given as to what kind of peripherals users can expect to find within an Apple Store once accessibility products go on sale at the company's retail locations. Apple has been a big supporter of accessibility on the software side for years now, offering features such as Grayscale
, AssistiveTouch, VoiceOver
, accessibility shortcuts, and more.
Apple's various accessibility efforts
even earned it the Helen Keller Achievement Award
from the American Foundation for the Blind back in May.