Apple device users who rely on the company’s accessibility features are complaining about recent changes to Siri that remove commands for voice call, voicemail message and email management. The most up-to-date versions of iOS 15 and iOS 14 no longer include Siri integrations for certain functions that were leveraged as accessibility shortcuts for visually impaired users. A total of seven commands covering voice calls, call history, voicemails and email creation that were previously available to Siri users are no longer legitimate queries in iOS 15 or iOS 14. Other commands might also be affected. The list of now-removed commands: Check my call history; Check my recent calls; Who called me?; Do I have any voicemails?; Play my voicemail messages; Send an email; Send an email to. Querying Siri about call history illicits the response, “I can’t help with that, but you can ask me to open the Phone app.” Similar messages are provided for voicemail and email requests.