To understand the future of voice first computing you should consider accessibility on every platform, and this is particularly true on Apple’s platform.
Computers are getting out of the way
Apple’s investments in accessibility are almost as old as the company itself. It opened its first office of disability in 1985.
Historically, Apple has always been ahead of the curve in terms of making accessible software, which it sees as a human right. This has won a great deal of recognition from key advocacy groups worldwide.