Originally Posted by Robert121571
It is ok but they may have hurt them selves in the accessibility department. iOS has been big among blind and visually impaired people do to it was so accessible. Well with the new transparent keyboard that they some how decided was nicer has made it almost impossible for people with low vision to type on it. There are settings to ahistorical contrast that they put in but guess what don't affect the keyboard. There is a built in keyboard that is revere white on black keys built in that pops up when you have to enter password when buying apps. But no way to set that as one to use.
Have you looked at the accessibility setting? It has native ability to directly interface many types of impairment devices, you can even do some things with head cues and gestures.
As stated before, this is a whole new OS, not just a facelift on a old one. Here is a link with many upgrades listed: http://www.maclife.com/article/gallery/90_ios_7_tips_and_tricks
Don't get me wrong, I'm not an iPhone fanboy, I hate the fact that Apple isn't open like android, or they won't allow others to manufacture hardware. But in the same breath that is precisely why I switched from android to iPhone, android was fantastic 90% of the time, but that other 10% $@€¥#%*+??&$@"/]#^=¥€ why won't you just work?????!!!!!!!!!