Apple's accessibility offerings continue to expand, as new features like device eye tracking, touch enhanced music listening, and settings for those with atypical speech come to on-the-go devices.

Announced in the midst of a month-long recognition of Global Accessibility Awareness Day (May 16), the lineup of customizability options to help users with physical disabilities better control and interact with their iPad or iPhone.

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