Accessibility solutions for iTunes
The following iTunes features provide accessibility solutions for people with disabilities:
VoiceOver: You can use VoiceOver, a screen reader included with OS X, while using iTunes and the iTunes Store.
Captions for movies and podcasts: iTunes can play captioned and subtitled movies. You can purchase or rent movies that include closed captions from the iTunes Store. The iTunes Store also offers many captioned podcasts on iTunes U. For more information, see Ways to play movies, TV shows, and other videos.
Keyboard shortcuts: You can use the keyboard to perform most tasks in iTunes. For a full list, see Keyboard shortcuts.
Spoken menus: iPod nano and iPod shuffle can speak the names of menus, songs, and artists to help you browse and select songs. See Accessibility features for iPod, iPhone, and iPad.
Other on-device solutions: iPhone 3GS (or later) and iPad include accessibility features such as Zoom, Invert Colors, Mono Audio, and Speak Auto-text. Supported iPod models can announce the names of songs, artists, and more. For more information, see Accessibility features for iPod, iPhone, and iPad.
For more information about iTunes accessibility features, see the iTunes Accessibility website.