Expect a More Stable Release
After the iOS 11 debacle, Apple put an emphasis on stability and performance. And while iOS 12 had its fair share of issues, it was faster and far more stable than the previous version. The same can't be said for iOS 13.
iOS 13 was buggy right out of the gates and Apple's been forced to deploy a series of maintenance and milestone updates to correct these ongoing problems.
The company's improved the operating system over time, but there are still a bunch of issues the company needs to tackle.
iOS 14 won't be perfect, but it looks like Apple's once again focused on performance.
Bloomberg's Mark Gurman, a reliable source, claims Apple is overhauling the way it develops, and tests, iOS software. The company is hoping this process helps it cut down the number of bugs and problems.
The company has also reportedly considered delaying some iOS 14 features in an effort to ensure long-term stability.
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