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Why are there so many macOS and iOS bugs?

If you’ve been paying attention to the Apple-sphere recently, you might have noticed that complaints about macOS and iOS bugs seem to be flooding all channels. Issues with iOS 11 and macOS High Sierra abound, and many commentators have wondered what’s gotten in to Apple this release cycle. While it does seem like bugs abound […] The post Why are there so many macOS and iOS bugs? appeared first on Apple Gazette.
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