Apple’s 2016 in review

I’m not sure what’s less surprising – that one company can’t be good at everything, or that people who are trapped by Apple’s horrendous lock-in spend an inordinate amount of time lamenting about Apple. There’s a free and open market, competition is good.

“There are far too many details of bugs slipping into releases, weird design choices (the chaos of trying to use stickers in messages, for instance), usability problems and general “lack of polish” and the trend line on the quality of OS and app releases is headed in the wrong direction. Apple isn’t sweating the details, which is a real issue given that design excellence is a core deliverable Apple users have been taught to expect.”

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