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How Apple Plans to Root Out Bugs, Revamp iPhone Software — Bloomberg Technology News
“This change is Apple beginning to realize that schedules are not being hit, stuff is being released with bugs — which previously would not have happened,” when Apple was a smaller company with fewer engineers, customers and devices to manage, says one person familiar with the company. Apple declined to comment.
The shift is an admission of what many customers have already come to notice: Some Apple software has become prone to bugs and underdeveloped features. In recent months, users have complained about text messages appearing out of order, the iPhone X registering incoming phone calls late and frequent app crashes.
I hope Apple plans to take the same approach with macOS.
Originally published at ldstephens.net on February 15, 2018.