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Braille commands for the iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. Video

This video demonstrates some of the most common braille commands used on iOS devices using a Bluetooth braille display with input keys.

The following braille commands come from the Apple Support page:

Voiceover action Braille command
Move to previous item Dot 1 + Space bar
Move to next item Dot 4 + Space bar
Move to previous item using rotor setting Dot 3 + Space bar
Move to next item using rotor setting Dot 6 + Space bar
Select previous rotor setting Dot 2 + Dot 3 + Space bar
Select next rotor setting Dot 5 + Dot 6 + Space bar
Move to the first element Dot 1 + Dot 2 + Dot 3 + Space bar
Move to the last element Dot 4 + Dot 5 + Dot 6 + Space bar
Read page starting at selected item Dot 1 + Dot 2 + Dot 3 + Dot 5 + Space bar
Read page starting at the top Dot 2 + Dot 4 + Dot 5 + Dot 6 + Space bar
Activates the Home button Dot 1 + Dot 2 + Dot 5 + Space bar
Goes to the status bar Dot 2 + Dot 3 + Dot 4 + Space bar
Activates the Volume Up button Dot 3 + Dot 4 + Dot 5 + Space bar
Activates the Volume Down button Dot 1 + Dot 2 + Dot 6 + Space bar
Activates the Back button if present Dot 1 + Dot 2 + Space bar
Toggle Screen Curtain on and off Dot 1 + Dot 2 + Dot 3 + Dot 4 + Dot 5 + Dot 6 + Space bar
Toggle speech on and off Dot 1 + Dot 3 + Dot 4 + Space bar
Switch between contracted and uncontracted braille Dot 1 + Dot 2 + Dot 4 + Dot 5 + Space bar

For a more complete list go to the Apple support page at:
Apple Support Page

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