Over the weekend, Mashable ran a great profile of Jordyn Castor, a blind engineer on Apple's Accessibility team, by Katie Dupere. While ostensibly about Castor, this piece once again reiterates how important accessibility is to Apple. It isn't lip service—Apple truly cares about all of its users. Like I always say, Apple's steadfast commitment to accessibility is one reason why I admire them so much.
There are a lot of good nuggets on Apple's philosophy towards accessibility.