Is there an app similar to Vysor for Android but available for Apple?

My mom is recently blind and currently SIRI can only open a few many apps but once those apps are open, you need to be visually capable to navigate them.  

Ex:  You could ask SIRI to open Safari and do a search but then it only lists the search on the screen.  The touch/tap capability doesn't work after doing a voice search. And well touch/tap is very cumbersome in general -- even for me and I can see.    

Ex. 2: My mom likes Pandora and SIRI will open Pandora, but again once in, it will not close the app by voice nor will it allow you to change stations or do a search.

SO... my question is...  is there an app -- possibly similar to VYSOR for Android -- that will allow an Iphone to be remote controlled completely by a PC.  My aim is to connect my mom's Iphone to a PC and not only mirror the screen (she cannot send screenshots anyway -- you have to be able to see to do that), not only open Apples basic features (like mail, photos, calendar) but where you can also fully open and navigate ALL apps like Pandora, BARD Audiobooks, Youtube or Netflix (she may not be able to see shows but she listens to them) from a PC.

If there's anything currently available or new applications in the works, please let me know.  

Otherwise... we may have to bite the bullet and move to Android since it's phone and apps seem to be more ADA (american disabilities act) compliant.
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Jackie ManCommented:
You cannot remotely connect to an iPhone and control it the same way like an Android phone. It will never happen as Apple is much stricter on the term "Security" and such capabilities will make the iPhone not secure.

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