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iPhone 7 is the future of tactile accessibility

The iPhone 7 may go down in history as The One That Didn't Have The Headphone Jack. But there are other reasons for it to be considered a memorable part of the iPhone's lineage. One reason I will remember the iPhone 7, however, is for its increased emphasis on haptic feedback. I've written before about why haptic feedback has the potential to be a powerful tool for accessibility.
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