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Re: iPhone versions for testing mobile accessibility


From: Dona Patrick
Date: Aug 31, 2018 8:22AM

Thanks for the quick reply Morten. I agree that the newer phone is more
tempting, but I just wondered if we should treat this like other tools --
realizing that not everyone has the latest versions of hardware/software
therefore testing on older versions of things. If the accessibility is
pretty much the same on both, I will probably request the newer phone.


On Fri, Aug 31, 2018 at 10:11 AM Morten Tollefsen < <EMAIL REMOVED> > wrote:

> Accessibility is similar, but iPhone 8 is newer of course and can probably
> be used for a longer period of time. And when having a choice, at least I
> would have thought this, it is most tempting to take the newest phone.
> And 3d touch is not available on iPhone 6, not very important perhaps, and
> several sites say that 3d touch probably will disappear, but it is there
> now, and if you want to test everything:-)!
> BR: Morten Tollefsen
> +4790899305, www.medialt.no
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> Does it matter which version of iPhone I use to test for accessibility?
> I'm finally getting one from work for testing and they have offered me a
> iPhone
> 6 or iPhone 8. Which one should I request?
> Thanks,
> Dona
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