I'm not sure if anyone has posted on this, but I want to congratulate Apple on 10 years of commitment to accessibility, especially in the iOS family. I know that for some of us, when the iPhone was first released there was a good deal of hand wringing and feeling left behind. When Voiceover was first introduced in 2009, a lot of people were not sure it would work. I avoided the iPhone until 2015 when I got my hands on it. But before then, nI got help from a good friend who showed me what the iPhone was capable of, and I learned from a blind tech expert about how to make use of the iOS family when I borrowed an iPod touch. When my iPhone was set up, my friend and I met so I could learn how to use it. Ever since then, I haven't turned back.
Anyway, congratulations to Apple on 10 years of commitment to accessibility. Thanks.