iPadOS 15 accessibility features let people with disabilities control iPads with their eyes

One of the new iPadOS 15 accessibility features is support for eye-tracking devices, which allows people with disabilities involving little or no upper body movement to control an iPad with their eyes.
This has taken years of work, and the result isn’t cheap – though it may be covered by medical insurance …
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Author: Ben Lovejoy