I'll start with the obvious. I'm not a developer, so my interactions with beta software is public betas only. I'm aware that there will be bugs in the betas and I don't get too cranky about that. However, why does an iOS update bring bugs into the beta for the core system functions? I'm not talking new features, or things where old features might have new hooks that cause their own issues, but just things that suddenly don't work quite right in parts of the OS that have been around for ages. For example, on my phone (and I realise all installs will be different) I've had the following: 1) Snooze not being able to be cancelled, just keeps counting to minus times. This might be related to the new widget integration so I'll give this one a slight pass 2) Volume slider in control centre does nothing sometimes 3) When using text replacements that include an emoji from the quick type bar in any app the app crashes 4) Animations choppy and/or the whole phone just freezes temporarily while scrolling or typing. And a couple of others. All issues have been filed using Feedback Assistant. On my iPad I've had an odd one where at random intervals the rotation lock appears to be active (I can't rotate the screen) even though it isn't. Only a restart will fix it. For a while. I have no issues or complaints when new stuff doesn't work in a beta, but can't get my head around how stuff that has worked for ages sometimes doesn't. I'll happily take an explanation that I can understand, and just crack on.