UPDATE: Reuters didn’t use Tim Cook’s complete remarks, we’ve posted them here.
Apple should do more to improve accessibility for its apps, says an advocacy group, supported by members of the National Federation of the Blind.
“It’s time for Apple to step up or we will take the next step,” NFB of California board member Michael Hingson told Reuters. The advocacy group successfully sued Apple regarding iTunes back in 2008, with Apple paying out $250,000 and giving the service an accessibility-minded makeover as part of the settlement. While it may not reach the level of a repeat lawsuit, Hingson says that this could be “the only resort” to force Apple’s hand.