Coding is not something that has been readily open to people with disabilities, particularly those who have limited sight.
But now, blind and partially sighted students could benefit from a future in coding through iPhones and iPads.
The Royal National Institute of the Blind is launching a new initiative with Apple, bringing the company’s coding programme for blind students to schools in the UK.
In a speech today at Bett, the teaching technology trade show, Apple’s head of accessibility Sarah Herrlinger will lay out the tech giant’s plan to bring more coding tools to blind children in schools.
While smartphones and gadgets could be seen to alienate some blind and deaf people, many tech companies…