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You are wrong.  They are not discrimination.  You need to think about the non-disabled persons too.  How their wages, employment, promotion are determined?  Legally they are determined by performance.  To be more specific the amount or the value of the work they did.  Can disabled person perform as well as non-disabled in general?  Please give me your honest answer. 
This argument is wrong.  Apple selling apps from App Store is no different from Google Play or Amazon store. 
What is your definition.  The fact is Google makes more money out of iPhone users than Android users by selling ads.  iPhone users are bigger customers of Google. 
I agree.  The disabled persons should know even nondiabled persons sometimes have to accept certain disadvantages.  For example, there are a couple years Google purposely not giving iPhone users navigation ability in the Maps app while it gave Android users this ability.  The iPhone users tolerated this discrimination for a couple years until Apple replaced Google Maps app with one of its own.  Then Google put the navigation into the iOS Google Maps app. 
This is the solution I suggested that Apple certify apps to be disabled person friendly instead of requiring every app to be so.  This is backward to ask over one million apps to be so.
I think another solution is for Apple to certify apps that are disabled person friendly.  The developer can submit the request that the app is. 
Why can't the OS force every button to work? 
Is voiceover enabled by the app? 
I think what is really needed are apps designed specifically for disabled person.  To require every approved app to be easily accessible to disabled person is technologically backward.  In reality it limits the functionality of apps. 
But but the blind person must first know where to touch, right?  For a smartphone the whole screen is touch sensitive.  One can accidentally touch an area causing unwanted response. 
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