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  • Apple is rolling out a list of accessibility features for the iPhone and iPad.
  • These features include vehicle motion cues, music haptics, eye tracking, and more.
  • The tech giant plans to launch these features later this year.

Apple is working on a list of new accessibility features that will come to the iPhone and iPad. These features range from creating a new way to navigate through apps to reducing motion sickness and more.

In a blog post, Apple announced it plans to launch a number of the accessibility features, one of which allows the user to use their iPhone or iPad with their eyes. This eye-tracking feature uses the front camera and on-device machine learning to help a user navigate their apps with just their eyes. Additionally, these users can use Dwell Control to access extra functions with their eyes like physical buttons, swipes, and gestures.