That cracked me up. I like that kind of accessibility.
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On 3/13/2018 8:41 AM, Jonathan Cohn wrote:
I find accessibility on my fourth generation Apple TV to be fantastic. I say I
want to watch season one of SVU and my wife hits a few buttons and it starts
playing, and sometimes there is even Audio Description.
In all honesty, I have managed the Apple TV a few times myself the hardest part
has always been changing the inputs on my stupid TV that does not pay attention
to the HTMI signal to turn on like Samsung TV’s do. The touch pad is a little
confusing, but I generally don’t need to use that and the applications that
integrate with the “TV” app make watching series from those providers very
easy. I can hit the “home/tv” button once to bring up the TV app, and then can
find that series and click play.
Almost all of the NetFlick original content is Audio Described and that has
been a great boon.
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