Hi all. As some of you know by now I finally got that first iPhone for which I had been patiently waiting since a little before Christmas. Well on Saturday morning, the day before Easter, my father asked me during breakfast if I wanted to go to one of the AT&T stores in our area to look at iPhones. I agreed to do this, so we finished breakfast and I got my things together, and he got his things together. Then we drove to the store and were immediately greeted by a friendly employee. We told him exactly what we were after, so he motioned for us to come with him and take a look. I ended up settling on an iPhone 7, and they immediately set up Siri and VoiceOver. Then they showed me some of the phone's basic functions, and they had me feel different iPhone cases and choose one. I have thus far made a few phone calls via Siri from the phone, and I'm very impressed with it. The audio quality is fantastic, and I had absolutely no trouble with Siri. Earlier today I attempted to send myself an iMessage from the Mac, and it came through on my iPhone and VoiceOver read it out. Face Time also seems to work well on there. I did some gestures, and they went well. I'm going for some more in-depth training at Second Sense here in Chicago, and am waiting to hear back about when exactly I can go in. But so far so good. I like my iPhone, and of course can't thank Apple enough for their ongoing hard work and dedication to universal access. I got iOS 11.0, but I think the phone updated this morning to 11.3 . Stay tuned as I'll probably become a regular poster in the iOS forum(s) on here. My first training at Second Sense is tomorrow, and I'm very excited. I've figured out some more things using the Siri interface, and no doubt will start learning more tomorrow. This is very cool though.