Apple previewed a suite of new accessibility features on Tuesday. The most exciting new feature is Apple’s Personal Voice, which allows users to create a digital voice that sounds like their natural voice. The new Live Speech is equally impressive which can be helpful for people who are unable to speak.
Let your Apple devices speak for you with “Personal Voice”
Personal Voice will let people create a voice that sounds like them on their iPhones, iPads, and Macs. This voice can be used for verbal communication in various situations, including in-person conversations, phone calls, and FaceTime.
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Personal Voice is a part of Apple’s larger suite of accessibility features. Along with it, the company also announced a new Live Speech feature. which enables Apple users who are unable to speak or have gradually lost their voice to have their thoughts expressed audibly.
For people’s unable to speak
Live Speech is for people who are unable to speak or have lost their voice over time. Users can use it to type what they want to say and have it spoken aloud during phone and FaceTime calls as well as in-person conversations. Users can also save commonly used phrases to chime in quickly during lively conversations. Later this year, Live Speech will be available for all iPhone, iPad, and Mac users.
Apple’s new Personal Voice and Live Speech features are a significant step towards making its product more accessible. These features are a valuable tool for people with speech impediments and who have lost their voice. They can help people to communicate more effectively and take part more fully in everyday life.