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Former Apple Engineer Explains Why iOS 13, macOS Catalina Are So Buggy

[2019-10-24 16:22:43]

There’s no getting around the fact that this year’s iOS and macOS software releases have been much buggier than normal. But why? David Shayer, a former Apple software engineer who spent 18 years at the Cupertino tech giant, has a few ideas that could explain the problems with iOS 13 and macOS Catalina. To be ......

Former Apple Engineer Explains Why iOS 13, macOS Catalina Are So Buggy


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