I have heard in the past several ways to get in contact with Apple about accessibility. However, I have a hard time remembering any of them. Could someone please reply to this message with a list of ways (e-mail addressed, websites, phone numbers if any) users can contact Apple about accessibility issues? Direct links to these would be appreciated. I'm just trying to get all these in one place.
ok, here is the info.
www.apple.com/feedback is the general site
http://www.apple.com/feedback/iphone.html is iphone, and
email@example.com is the email address.
Contacting Apple's Accessibility Team
The best way to correspond directly with Apple's accessibility team is by sending an email to Accessibility@Apple.com. This is to be preferred over the Feedback form linked to above because the emails go straight to a member of Apple's Accessibility Team. You can also call Apple's Accessibility Team in the U.S. at 877-204-3930.
Now that I've spoken with
Now that I've spoken with apple several times over the tech support line, one thing that's really nice is the screen sharing. They will connect to your device so they can see your screen and it helps when they assist you.
Apple accessibility on twitter?
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