Now-a-days bugs in iOS are so common that now it looks like even Apple doesn’t care about them anymore. If you closely look at the latest commercial by the Cupertino giant you will be able to find a minor animation bug just at the end of the slickly produced commercial where the text from an iMessage escapes the animated bubble even when it’s supposed to be inside the bubble.
The bug was first spotted by 9to5mac writer Benjamin Mayo. In fact, Mayo highlighted the bug months ago and filed a bug report with apple for the same. It’s one of the many bugs that could be found in iOS 11 including rotation issues, vanishing docks, UI problems in the music app, and the misaligned text in the app store.
Chris Pirillo has been documenting the animation bugs in iOS for many years now. In a recently written letter by Pirillo to Apple’s software engineering chief Craig Federighi he mentioned that “iOS has been performing in an inexplicably jarring manner since iOS 7,” adding “Iterations don’t seem to help much, major or minor. Frame drops are now par for the course — irritations that we once slammed Android for.”
Some recent reports have suggested that Apple might change the current bugs scenario with the launch of iOS 12 with which the tech giant is focusing on reliability and performance rather than some new features. Reports also suggest that Apple might delay some major iOS additions since the company is planning to root out bugs from its software.
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