It's not just you: Apple's software is buggier than it used to be — here's how they fix it

Apple might finally be ready to take the many bugs that've been plaguing iOS more seriously.
The company is making a major change to how it approaches software updates that will emphasize reliability and stability over speed, according to a new report in Bloomberg.
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Bloomberg wrote that Apple's software head Craig Federighi told engineers last month they would have "more time to work on new features and focus on under-the-hood refinements without being tied to a list of new features annually simply so the company can tout a massive year-over-year leap." Read more... More about Tech , Mobile , Apple , Iphone , and Apps And Software

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