Like phones well, they grew too. This means that, for the most part, a new phone these days means a small, smooth, sleek looking phone that is prone to being dropped and thrown against the wall out of frustration. For some, that frustration can come from a conversation. For others, like me, it stems from the difficulty of using a phone as a transhumeral (above the elbow) amputee dependent on one arm. However, even though we rely on our phones every day, they can be difficult to hold (no pun intended) if you’re struggling with your hands. The good news is that as phones are advancing so are their devices.
So maybe you’re dealing with leg differences like me, you have skill issues, low energy, arthritis, or anything else that prevents you from using your phone properly. In any case, I found a few extras that might help. It’s also safe to say that some of the accessibility features will help you once you use your phone everything time.
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