Apple makes Sept. 15th keynote available in sign language

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Following today’s jammed pack keynote, Apple has published s special version of the keynote with sign language for people who are deaf or have heard of hearing. The special keynote features a sign language interpreter on the right side and the original keynote on the left.

The decision to create the version is a testimony to Apple’s relentless pursuit to ensure that its hardware, software, services, and even events can be seen and enjoyed by anyone, no matter what. You can watch the ASL version here, and the non-ASL replay here.

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Sami started falling in love with Apple in 2010 with the iPhone 4S. As a registered developer, he deeply admires the world of Apple. Sami is an aspiring journalist, writer, and actor. He also has devoted his life to sharing his passion and knowledge with others around the world.