I have an iPhone 6, and am seriously kicking myself for updating to iOS 11. It appears that Apple tried to "fix" things which were never broken, and created a number of accessibility bugs which can be quite debilitating in some cases, especially for a Braille display user like myself. Currently I'm experiencing the following bugs and am wondering whether others are as well:
1. When using a Braille display, the cursor will sometimes move to places I didn't route it to, or it won't move at all when I press one of the cursor routing keys.
2. When typing in a text field using a Braille display, it will sometimes leave out letters and punctuation symbols which I know I had typed. If I'm not mistaken, these bugs were listed in AppleVis's initial bug report on iOS 11 release day.
3. A bug which I haven't seen mentioned elsewhere: When in a text field, either with or without a Braille display, VO and the keyboard seem to get stuck on the number 4. The iPhone will then type 4 into the field over and over again without any prompting from me. The only fix I've found for this is to turn off VO, then turn it back on and delete all the 4's from the text field.
Is anyone else experiencing any or all of these bugs in iOS 11? I'm eligible for a new phone this month and will likely get the iPhone 7, but I'm not sure if that will fix the problems. Are there any workarounds, and does anyone know if iOS 11.2 fixed these bugs?