iOS - Disclosure Indicators
When this element is present, users know they can tap anywhere in the row to see the next level in the hierarchy or the choices associated with the list item. Use a disclosure indicator in a row when selecting the row results in the display of another list.
Don’t use a disclosure indicator to reveal detailed information about the list item; instead, use a detail disclosure button for this purpose.
Don't use right-pointing carets on line items
My question is if Android does not use anything close to a 'Disclosure Indicator' how do they pass Accessibility Guidelines? How does a screen reader indicator to a disabled user on Androids that each item is clickable without an indicator or having the text be a different color?
I'm currently having these conversations with my UX team and developers and it is not clear how Android gets away with such a simple approach and not run into Accessibility issues?
Would love any thoughts or information concerning what is outlined above.