One of the things Apple prides itself on is accessibility, which the company usually points out that its products have various accessibility features that make it easier for people with disabilities to use them. However, for some strange reason, Apple seems to have removed some of them from Siri, its digital assistant.
Made according to various user reports and posts in the AppleVis forums (a forum for blind or visually impaired Apple users) the release of iOS 15 removed some Siri accessibility features.
This includes the ability to ask Siri if the user has voicemails, play voicemail messages, check call history, check recent calls, ask who called me, send an email, and an email to send to a specific contact. It’s strange that Apple is removing these commands because they seem useful and important.
It is unclear whether Apple simply renamed the commands, which would be inconvenient for users, or whether it is a bug. It is probably the latter, as a user on the forum claims to have spoken to Apple Support and was told that Apple is aware of the problem in daily use.
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