APPLE VOICEOVER MANUAL
VoiceOver User Guide - Apple Support
VoiceOver in macOS uses many of the same gestures you know from iOS and iPadOS—for example, touch the trackpad to hear the item in the VoiceOver cursor. How to use VoiceOver
VoiceOver Getting Started Table of Contents - Apple Support
VoiceOver Getting Started. This guide explains how to use VoiceOver, the advanced screen reader built into OS X Mountain Lion (version 10.8). This guide includes lists of VoiceOver commands. To navigate the guide, select a link from the Table of Contents below to display the chapter.
Chapter 1. Introducing VoiceOver - Apple
Using VoiceOver, you control the computer primarily with a keyboard, braille display, or trackpad, instead of the mouse. When VoiceOver is on, you can use VoiceOver commands to navigate and interact with items on the screen. You enter VoiceOver commands by holding down the Control and Option keys together, along with one or more other keys.
Apple Watch User Guide - Apple Support
To browse the Apple Watch User Guide, click Table of Contents at the top of the page. To download the Apple Watch User Guide and view it in the Books app, visit Apple Books. If you need more help, visit the Apple Watch Support website.
Vision Accessibility - Mac - Apple - VoiceOver
The Apple Music, Apple Podcasts, Apple Books, and Apple TV apps are compatible with VoiceOver, so you can navigate and play all your content even if you can’t see the screen. Browse the apps as VoiceOver reads out headers, links, and other elements on the page. Resources. Support.
Chapter 6. Browsing the Internet - Apple Support
As VoiceOver opens a webpage, it evaluates the visual design, groups items based on the design, and creates an “auto web spot” on the first item in each group on the page. VoiceOver briefly outlines the group with a large rectangle, which transitions into the VoiceOver cursor, positioned on the first auto web spot in the first group.
ABC's of iOS: A VoiceOver Manual for Toddlers and Beyond
Using age-appropriate activities and apps, the manual is designed to introduce VoiceOver (Apple’s built-in screen reader) to students 3 to 8 years old with little or no tech experience. Levels are organized by skills with various activities appropriate for different ages/abilities.
A Beginner's Guide to Using macOS with VoiceOver | AppleVis
VoiceOver settings can be customized using VoiceOver utility, accessed from the Utilities folder or by pressing VO F 8, or VO Function 8 if you're using a Mac with a Touch Bar. Settings are grouped into categories like general, verbosity, speech, etc. Use the up and down arrow keys to find a category in the table and navigate using VO right arrow to explore the options.
How to use VoiceOver for iPhone | iMore
VoiceOver is part of Apple's accessibility features, a gesture-based way to have your iPhone speak what is written on your screen. First available on the Mac, Apple brought it to the iPhone with iOS 3 and improved it again in iOS 4. It doesn't get the attention of copy/paste or multitasking, but that might simple be because people do not know much about it or how to use it.