Hey guys, I'm *never* melodramatic, but get this: I just deleted the default iOS Music app from my phone (7 Plus 256) running the latest version of iOS (11.2.5, not beta software) because it's by most accounts pretty crap, my free subscription to Apple Music is about to expire (and I have no intention of ever paying for that service), and I much prefer my third-party music player - and it wiped my entire (personal) synced music library from my phone; over 120 GB!!! WTF!!! Just to be clear: these are not Apple Music tracks and I have never used iTunes Match. They are my own library of songs ripped from CD or bought by me personally! Luckily I have access to the library so I can re-sync it, but I don't usually so in that case I would've been royally screwed! This is the kind of ******** that will make me switch platforms, and you know what Apple: it's not as hard as you might think. Suddenly a 256 GB (or more) SD card with my music and movies that I can add to and delete from any time without your buggy iOS or Mac iTunes software doesn't sound so bad. Oh, but what's that ... you removed SD card readers from your laptops? How convenient! iOS 11 is an unmitigated disaster. Here's a simple graphical error they haven't even fixed by 11.2.5; never mind all the other bugs, some of which I reported months ago but haven't been fixed. Oh and syncing my music to the phone with the latest version of iTunes on Mac won't work with a near new officially-licensed lightning cable by reputable brand Cygnett but does with an old Apple lightning cable. Funny that aye? WTF is going on at Apple? Don't be evil!