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Peter Steinberger Nov 21
Feature flags in teat releases are Apple’s answer to the software quality issue? What about automated testing? And opening up hiring outside of Cupertino, to deal with the amount of radars and missing documentation.
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Peter Steinberger
„Apple privately considered iOS 13.1 the “actual public release” with a quality level matching iOS 12. The company expected only die-hard Apple fans to load iOS 13.0 onto their phones.“ 🙃
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Simon Nickel Nov 21
Replying to @steipete
They should watch their own keynotes. Just the first 5 minutes where they proudly present how fast their releases are adopted 🙄
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James F Hanshaw Nov 21
Replying to @steipete
Uhh what about all the brand spanking new customers that where brought into the fold with this cycle of phones they shipped with 13.0 on them
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Florian Mielke Nov 21
Replying to @steipete
Its time for Apple to skip the yearly based and release cycles and join our industry standard of short release cycles.
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Sam Gross Nov 21
Replying to @steipete
And everyone who bought a new phone...
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Leo Natan Nov 21
Replying to @steipete
„Apple privately considered iOS 13.1 the “actual public release” with a quality level matching iOS 12.🙃 There, fixed it. 😂
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Daniel Storm 🏡👨‍💻 Nov 21
Replying to @steipete
Do you want a segmented OS? Because this is how you get a segemented OS...
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