I do not know if my request is of great use, but I can see iOS12 approaching, and I was thinking about a few important features , whose accessibility has deteriorated since iOS11 and it would be important to report to Apple. I do not have the courage to register
as betatester, but I tell myself that this list of features, which is not exhaustive and could be completed by everyone, would be
good to transmit to whom of right.
What worked under iOS10.
When a contact had several numbers in their card, VoiceOver used to tell us which of these numbers called us or was called, this is not the case anymore.
When scheduling an appointment with Siri by saying, whith, plus, the name of a contact, this contact is added as a guest to this appointment,
but it is no longer stated by VoiceOver when viewing the calendar.
When one is positioned on an adjustable value, the rotor does not position itself automatically on adjusting the value.
When the Braille keyboard is used in Abbreviated mode, misspelled words are not spoken by VoiceOver.
Why would not the virtual Braille keyboard take into account the character strings used as abbreviations in text replacement?
well folks, that's all for now. Hope you find this useful.