Geez did you have to be so rude and aggressive? I know iOS 15.7.1 is in beta, but iOS 15 came out a year ago. Beta or not, a face id bug in the older, supposedly more stable software, is even more unacceptable than if it had been in iOS 16 just released.
If you make a change to software, whether it's an older version or the latest release, it's still a change, and there is always the risk of introducing bugs. And the reason why companies let beta testers download pre-release versions of their software is for that very reason. This is actually a success story. They released software early so that testers, who opted to download potentially buggy software, could help them identify bugs that were missed. And guess what? It worked.
I'm a huge Apple critic in general, but I'll never be on board with totally illogical criticisms that lack any serious contemplation. This article and the comments that followed were just people on the outrage treadmill, adding their comment like clockwork, never once stopping to think rationally. If anything, the comments here are projections of their other frustrations with Apple in general and don't actually have anything to do with the substance of the article.
What is so annoying about this article and the comments that followed is that you're basically saying that beta/pre-release software should have no bugs, which means it should essentially be the final release, in which case we aren't talking about beta software anymore. Like I don't even understand what your expectation is here. That they not beta test anymore? That they not share their release candidate early to ensure there are no issues? Or that not only should their officially released software be bug free, but that they can't even have pre-release versions of software that have bugs? In which case, why would they even have pre-release software?
Also, my comments are not rude or aggressive towards you, but towards your ideas. If you disagree, make a better argument. Ideas don't have feelings.