[blindkid] Fwd: Tactile Screen Protectors for iPhone 5s and 5c by SpeedDots.

David Andrews dandrews at visi.com
Fri Sep 27 00:35:03 UTC 2013

>Announcing: Updated tactile Screen protectors for iPhone 5s and 5c 
>by SpeedDots
>We are pleased to announce, that we now have Tactile Screen 
>Protectors available for all iPad, iPhone, and iPod Touch devices.
>SpeedDots tactile screen protectors place a Braille mark on the 
>screen to denote the most commonly used controls, as well as the keyboard.
>When used in conjunction with voiceover, our users have stated they 
>see an improvement in navigation, typing speed, and overall efficiency
>We have finished Modifying and testing our screen protectors to make 
>sure they work with the new iPhone 5S and 5C, which became available 
>on October 20th.
>The same screen protector will work properly on the iPhone 5, 5c, and 5s.
>Please note: if you had an iPhone 5 and upgraded to a new 5S, you 
>will not be able to move your existing screen protector from the 5 
>to the 5s. Due to the new fingerprint sensor, the home button is 
>slightly larger; and older screen protectors could cause it not to 
>function properly.
>The new Tactile Screen Protectors are available, immediately from 
>our web site: <http://www.SpeedDots.com>http://www.SpeedDots.com, as 
>well as all of our resellers.
>Want to be the first to know about new products?
>Simply visit our homepage at:
><Http://SpeedDots.com>Http://SpeedDots.com, and fill out the short 
>form to be added.
>This list is low traffic, as we only post two or three times a year 
>when we add or modify our product line.
>Type with confidence
>SpeedDots: The Makers of the Tactile Screen Protector
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Amy Billman
"Amy--SpeedDots Information" <info at speeddots.com>

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