Say it ain’t so, Joe. JC Torres:
On September 19, 2019, Apple released iOS 13, perhaps one of the biggest releases of its mobile platform. Since then in the span of ten days, iOS has gone from iOS 13 to iOS 13.1 to iOS 13.1 to, now, iOS 13.1.2. The rapid rate of releases isn’t exactly good news as only one (13.1) actually brought new features. In fact, having two maintenance releases within just three days may be cause for concern for iOS and perhaps even macOS users.
macOS users? So, what about Windows 10?
Some might call on superstition but iOS 13 might be bad luck for the company. Initially thought to be delayed, iOS 13 did launch as promised but it didn’t come with all the features promised at WWDC. Worse, it actually came with big bugs that made some even suggest to do a clean upgrade from a freshly reset device rather than an already configured one.