I've been using and owning Macs since 1991 and currently use a 2010 Macbook Pro i7 and an iphone 4S..These are probably my last Apple products. I've just about had it with the buggy software they've come out with in the past 1-2 years. I think some other people have probably written about this same thing, but I don't feel like sifting through thousands of threads. I just want to ask if anyone else gets this feeling. It seems every software they make is loaded with bugs or is just annoying... For example: Siri: Rarely works, does not understand 'tasks'. As a dictation software, it is OK, but the idea of it being my assistant is just ridiculous. It can't comprehend anything it seems. iCloud: This also has been a complete disaster. Does not even sync properly with my Macbook and iPhone. Constantly making duplicates, messing up document versions, and just flat out sucking. Dropbox beats the crap out of it, hands down. iOS 6: Yes, I will be the 5 millionth person to say it: Maps are TERRIBLE. It is nowhere even close to workable and can't even find my own house.."No Records Found" What the hell? You can't be serious, Apple. Plus, after installing it, my battery now gets like 2 hours of life before the phone needs to be re-charged. Phone is constantly running warm. This is ABSOLUTELY UNACCEPTABLE. Way to go, Apple! Mountain Lion: Caused non-stop crashing of critical apps that I use for work...Unacceptable. Notification Center, LaunchPad, Mission Control: All these things are stupid and pointless. iMessage: Does not work nearly as well as advertised. How am I supposed to even know who has iMessage without a Buddy List, or at least some indication that they also have it? Same thing for FaceTime...Apple has tried too so to make these applications 'invisible' and part of the OS that they end up being unusable since it's impossible to know who else is using them. What a dumb idea. That's why applications like Skype and Whatsapp are used by way more people, and you don't have to always wonder whether they have it also. If they have it, they show up in your buddy list and you can chat! iWork: Who in their right mind is going to use this over MS Word? Apple shouldn't even try. Just focus on making the OS and basic apps work well, and let MS handle these applications. --- My main point is that I have been heavily biased to favor Apple for over 20 years, but they are just making a bunch of crap these days, and I don't know when it's going to change..All I want is bug-free reliable software, but everything they've release post-Steve Jobs has been one disaster after another in my view. Apple still does a lot of things right: their hardware is still the most slick looking, and there are several apps that I like, such as Safari, iTunes (others hate it, i know), iPhoto, and Mail. But these aren't so special and can easily be replaced by alternatives. I am certain that my next phone will be either a Nexus or Galaxy. My next laptop will probably still be a Mac, but I will strongly consider a Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon or some other high-end ultrabook. Anyone else feel the same way and also just as fed up?