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There is still plenty of feedback coming in on iOS 17 and the various iPhone 15 models. One contributor this week suggests that blind people are wasting their money if they buy a Pro model instead of a 15 or 15 Plus. Do you agree? I’ll recount my first experiences with finding someone using iPhone 15’s precision finding feature.

There’s more on the popular and contentious issue of PC versus Mac from a blindness perspective.

We have a review of an RSS reader for Windows.

14 October is election day here in New Zealand. Accessible voting is an important topic, and I’ll summarise the approach we have taken to accessible voting in New Zealand. It’s profoundly low tech, and it works.

Some guide dog handlers share their experiences of working with a guide dog, and offer tips for those considering getting one. I would welcome more contributions from listeners on this or any other topic.

All this and much more in an opinion-packed edition of Living Blindfully 252.