What is the System Braille TAble name?

Braille on Apple Products

Hello Everyone,
looking for the Braille tAbles contained in Braille TAble,s in the Iphone, there is one (different than the lIblius) which is called "system Braille TAble" and is written "unified", do you know what is thes table?, and if it's an special table created by Apple or which one?, I think that works much better than the LIblouis, and because of this I am curious to know the name and if its an special table created by Apple, as I think.
Many thanks in advance.



Submitted by Lielle ben simon on Thursday, May 28, 2020

Club AppleVis Member

Hi, the system braille tables is the defaultbraille table. This braille table made by doxbery. Apple use in other services companys like the text too speach from nuance or the screen from Samsong.

Submitted by Scott Davert on Saturday, May 30, 2020

Member of the AppleVis Editorial Team

HI María.
The System tables are those that Apple has used for years, whereas, Liblouis is something that has been developed for more languages and is open source. It has been my experience using the Dutch and English tables that the System tables are a lot more reliable. In fact, I think the Dutch Liblouis table was removed a few versions back. I hope this helps.

Submitted by María on Sunday, May 31, 2020

In reply to by Scott Davert

many thanks Alia and Scott,
so, Apple Table are Duxbury table or they are different?, in any case both of them work really great.
However LIblous tables I think that they are a disaster. I tried the Spanish, Italian and Portuguese tables and the results are awful All "specific symbols" of those languages come out in a very bad way, and it's not possible to read anything with them.
Because of this, I wonder me if you kow if it would be possible for example, to buy Duxbury table (Apple table I suppose that it's impossible) in order to install them anywhere.
Many thanks.