Apple makes Event keynote available with sign language

Apple has made its September 15th event video available with sign language for people who are hard of hearing or deaf. This ASL version can be viewed on Apple’s website.

The keynote video is presented to the left, with a language interpreter visible on the right-hand side. It’s part of Apple’s vision to make its products and services available to as many people as people as possible and is certainly a move in the right direction.

A non-ASL version can be seen on or its YouTube channel.

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