Terry clasper terry.clasper at btinternet.com
Tue Feb 5 11:51:10 GMT 2013

HI Ian.
Yes without doubt some leaps forward were made in IOS5 with Braille, and I've noticed improvements along the lines you mention with a range of displays from a range of manufacturer.
To be honest i can't remember the last time I used a traditional note taker, and, like you, now am almost always using my IPhone with Braille for note taking and on the move information access.

On 5 Feb 2013, at 11:46, Ian Macrae <ian.macrae at disabilitynow.org.uk> wrote:

> Having recently upgraded to an iPhone 5, I've just paired it with my Brailliant display.  The pairing process now seems to have had all the hassle taken out of it.  No more having three seconds in which to enter a PIN number.  And it no longer seems quite so necessary to be able to write Braille at the speed of sound in order to have it appear accurately.  this is fast becoming my favourite method of driving and using the phone.  Yet another big hooray for Braille.
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