Hopefully this is permitted. I don't want to step on anyone's toes. But I think it is important for users to run public betas and submit feedback through the feedback assistant app that becomes available. This app is completely accessible. To be honest, I think that numbers are important. The more individuals submit feedback with voiceover and accessibility issues, the more likely Apple engineers are to notice and fix the bugs.
The public beta is free to register and use. A user just needs to go to beta.apple.com and register their icloud account (apple id), and install a simple profile on their iDevice. Once done, the public beta is available, and the feedback asstant app is available. The user just needs to log on and submit the bug reports.
As I said, I don't want to step on any toes. Hopefully suggesting this is permitted.
A lot of bugs have been fixed over the years. And going through the proper channels only enhances that. What do you guys think?