Hi Davy,

Please send this report to
accessibil...@apple.com <mailto:accessibil...@apple.com>
You did a great job describing your steps and what went wrong, which is just 
the sort of information they need to fix the problem.

Best,
Anna



> On Oct 13, 2016, at 11:34 AM, Davy Cuppens <davycupp...@gmail.com> wrote:
> 
> Hi folks
>  
> I managed to go back to my previous installed fb app with sighted help but in 
> my oppinion this is nolonger possible without sighted help.
>  
> This is how it goes: you connect the iphone to a windows pc and tab till you 
> get the iphone button and enter or spacebar it.
>  
> Then tab a few times till you get a tree list which seems to be not 
> accessible. But when pressing then the a for apps you get the word apps on 
> brail and speech. Then tab further to the list box and with nvda and wineyes 
> that apps list is shown and besides the names of the app you hear the option 
> remove or install which means the app is or is not on your iphone but was 
> previously installed or backed up via itunes. Then you believe it must be 
> possible to remove or install apps by itunes on windows but it is not, and 
> here the storey ends. Entering the list item does nothing, even the most 
> advanced mouse actions and performing leftclicks on the numpad doesn’t make 
> any sense.
> However, when sighted people click on the item, the installation starts and 
> when clicking on apply normally you here the sync sound and the app should 
> have been installed on the iphone.
>  
> Is there nolonger a possibility for blind persons to perform this action?
> Regards
> Davy
> 
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