So ever since the big redesign of iOS 7 I have noticed quite a few bugs, and even more with iOS 8. So I've finally decided to share them and hope a developer can report them so they get solved. Apple are worrying me lately, OS X seems to be as good as ever. I'm very impressed with Yosemite, but iOS seems to be getting more buggy by ever major release. Here we go... - The volume scrub in Control Centre and the lock screen, sometimes the dash on the audio timeline is large other times it's small. I presume it should be big all the time. - When you rotate a video playing in Safari on the iPhone 6, the video for a split second sticks in the corner of the screen before centring. - Reachability doesn't work all the time, you sometimes need to turn your phone on and off for it to start working again. - Notifications can get stuck on top of the screen, you can't swipe them away. Requiring you to press the home button for them to vanish. - When scrolling through your music library, it's now choppy and not smooth at all. - When you go on tab view in Safari on iPhone, the top of the tab where the site name is flickers at times. - When the iPhone 6 is under heavy load, music can skip. - Some pop up notifications, such as the one when you disable Find my iPhone, haven't been updated for iOS 7. And finally, my most hated bug and I've never seen it mentioned anywhere... - On the new iOS 7/8 UI, the transparency effect for most of the UI is buggy. For example, if you open Safari and scroll the page you can see the web content glide under the address bar, but the blurred colours flicker. It doesn't look smooth like it does in the iOS 7 video on Apple.com or like it does on Yosemite. The content seems to "jump" to the edge of the screen.