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Thursday, 26 October 2017

You are deaf? Then the iPhone is your mobile



Apple and the Cochlear company announced their alliance in July , and now finally the first product of that association is available. As detailed in a report from The Australian, Cochlear has released its Made for iPhone , a Nucleus 7 sound processor in Australia and soon to reach other countries.

The product is designed for users with profound hearing loss, as explained last summer. Cochlear worked alongside Apple's accessibility engineering team to design the integration with the iPhone. With this partnership, users will be able to listen to music and podcasts, watch videos, make calls , and more through the Nucleus 7 implant.

Nucleos 7 is the sound processor that first exists for iPhone and users with cochlear implant, it is the smallest and lightest of those available in the market .

The Nucleus 7 sound processor is a turning point for people with hearing loss, opening the door so they can make phone calls, listen to music on high-quality stereo sound, watch videos and make FaceTime communications transmitted directly to their implant cochlear , said CEO Chris Smith earlier this year.


Sarah Herrlinger, director of accessibility at Apple, explained that accessibility remains critical to Apple's DNA. Specifically, in this case, Apple worked for several years to create the necessary technology to allow an accessory such a possibility . The work of the company is not limited to this type of implant alone.


" We consider it to be one of our core corporate values, an area in which we put significant amounts of time and energy to ensure that our products work for everyone. We started looking into this program around the concept of Bluetooth LE and how it would be a beneficial tool in this specific circumstance. The work we have done is applicable to both the aids and sound processors of the audition . "

The Nucleus 7 is now available in Australia and will expand worldwide in the coming months .

Source : 9to5mac.com

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