Last week was a really bad week for Apple, with both iOS and macOS falling victim to high profile bugs.
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I won’t bore you with the details, but the TL:DR of the headaches that Apple — and more importantly, Apple’s customers — encountered was as follows:
Stuff happens, I get it.
And even having billions of dollars in the bank doesn’t insulate a company from problems. But such a series of problems affecting both iOS and macOS — bugs that potentially affect more than a billion active devices — suggests that Apple might be being stretched thin by the demands that the aggressive iOS and macOS update schedule is placing on the company.