Pad mentioned in the OP that sign languages often have one-handed variants =)
There really no variants so to speak
In the Apple video its really one hand gestures with lip reading - those combined you can have a limited conversation . To have a true ahhhh detailed conversation you need both hands . Simple as that, the other 2nd hand Bumps up the language to a higher level
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