I’ve been using iOS since I got an iPod Touch at Costco in 2010. Maybe its because iOS has to handle so many more things in 2018 than it did in 2010, but I can’t help but wonder if all these bugs I experience now are the result of Apple being under new leadership. With Steve Jobs, employees feared making a mistake, because he didnt hesitate firing them. They were also starved to get some of his approval. Then he had that reality distortion field, which motivated his teams to accomplish almost impossible tasks. Engineering problem solving. Meeting ridiculously short deadlines. The original mac team did amazing things. Tim Cook is a warm, empathetic, well tempered manager. But I believe that his staff loosened their belts and relaxed when he came on board, and now it shows in their work. I think the fact that the departure of a few key players is also a factor. I encounter so many little mishaps. Siri doesnt respond. My set timer disappears. My screen wont reorientate. Apps crash more often. Updates are pushed out more often, resembling Windows critical updates. Apple certainly had their share of blunders when Jobs was CEO, but those occasional issues were resolved in a timely matter. This handful of small issues I have persists. Even after new iOS versions, and even after my phone was replaced with a new one. Anyone else feel the same way?