As some of you may know, Apple Support has a list of "supported" braille displays on their website. I have been looking at it over the past few months or so, and have noticed that the list doesn't look like it has all the right info.
The list says that to get the right info on which display you can use (in other words, if you can use the list) you need to have the latest version of IOS. I have also seen on the official apple discussion forums about not being able to connect a braille display, then the apple community specialists jump in and say "Make sure the display is supported" followed by the link to the list. Then there's usually a comment from the original poster about how if it's on the list, that it's been able to pair to other devices, or if it is, that it is and still won't pair.
I have also experienced some confusion myself, as a few weeks ago I got a new iphone running iOs 15.5 and was able to pair to my Brailliant BI40X (not on the list, I might add) just fine. And in all the time that it hasn't shown up on the list, I have unpaired the display a few times from my other devices, and taken it in for service once, and then—guess what? It pairs just fine!
In case anyone hasn't seen the list the link is
Does anybody else think this list is outdated and, if so, should Apple know about it?