Since the moment it was unveiled at WWDC in June of last year, I’ve been a big fan of iOS 7. While I certainly understand the people who hate change, I am not one of those people. In technology, I welcome change — especially big, bold changes. At the very least, it shows that a company isn’t afraid to experiment. More importantly, it shows that a company isn’t content to rest on its laurels.
So I embraced the gaudy neon and I entered our newly flat world excited. And I remain convinced that in just about every way, iOS 7 is a huge upgrade over the previous iterations. Except one. And it’s a big one.
The software is so inexplicably and inexcusably buggy.
iOS 7 sucks, my Nexus 7 restarts on its own nearly every time I use it, and the CEO of Evernote just admitted he’s focusing on quality going forward.
How about we all focus on quality and making stuff that doesn’t suck versus being the first to market?
Ship it when it’s done.