iOS 13, iOS 14 and future versions of iOS are about to get a lot better

iOS 13, iOS 14 and future versions of iOS are about to get a lot better

hi everyone Aaron here for ZolloTech
and iOS 13 has been one of the most buggiest releases of iOS in recent
history in fact it’s probably buggier than iOS 11 which everyone considered to
be incredibly full of bugs than iOS 12 fixed it and then iOS 13 brought all
those bugs back now according to a Bloomberg story that was released today
it appears that Apple is very aware of all the bugs and of course they’re going
to be not only are we submitting feedback here and I’ve had other videos
showing you how to submit feedback in different ways but on top of that Apple
actually has scales of rating things of as far as bugs and severity and all
those sorts of things and so in a new memo they’ve actually said that the
reason for this and all of the bugs is the way they were actually developing
iOS 13 and they’re going to change that especially with iOS 14 so what I mean by
that is currently the way things are built or at least up to this time the
memo was released so maybe they’ve changed it since but basically you’ve
got daily builds where people would actually be creating code to put in say
a new feature maybe they changed or update the air pods look for the
headphones and things like that just little things and then on top of that
you have a bunch of other features they’re trying to add so the first thing
you need to understand is that different features are built by different teams so
maybe you have one team that’s working on the core operating system then you
have another team that works on the Notes app or maybe they work on multiple
apps and then you have another team that works on music and then another one that
works on messages so all of these different teams are working on different
things at the exact same time so that they can get things done efficiently and
then also focus on the quality of that code while at the same time all of these
different teams that are responsible for these different features are working
together and then putting everything in a build of the version of iOS or all the
software at once so for example maybe you’re building a house and while
someone’s already working on the foundation people are building on top of
that and you never had a chance to actually check that foundation to make
sure that it was solid before you built on top of that and at the same time
someone’s adding a window and then maybe a sink
and all of those things at the same time without testing to make sure that the
things are solid that you’re building onto it really creates this problem that
we’re seeing now and so Apple is aware of this and instead they’re working to
change the way they they test things so previous to this they would just clump
all of that together so now Apple is actually implementing a new testing
procedure internally so we won’t see these effects directly but we’ll see the
results of quality in the end so what that means is maybe someone is working
on music for example they’re going to implement a bunch of new features or
maybe they’re going to redesign it all together for iOS 14 well they want to
try their code out but they don’t want it to have to affect everyone so they
can actually implement their code code for the internal versions of iOS then
they can turn the feature on and off to test it out but not leave it on so that
it affects everything else but at the same time they’ll be able to turn it on
and test to see how it impacts the rest of the operating system as a whole so
this procedure should add to higher quality and more reliability so they’re
kind of doing this where it seems like they should have been doing this all
along but I’ll be honest I’m not a software developer so that may be the
way things are done I’m not really sure but basically what they’re doing is
they’re trying to isolate the impact of each individual change to the OS and
then testing it individual see Apple actually measures software on a scale of
0 to 100 and apparently and again this is according to the Bloomberg memo that
they got from Apple or that someone leaked to them from Apple is iOS 12 had
far less bugs and had a higher scale of quality on that rating system apparently
with iOS 13 that rating system has come down quite a bit and then they also have
severity of bugs and things like that and I’ve talked about this a little bit
before is when you submit feedback they assign a severity or a priority to it of
zero through five with zero being the most critical and five being a minor
issue and then they also assign a color as far as development goes with what
they indicate as far as quality so you’ve got kind of a stoplight a red
yellow and green and so with all of these things combined they’re going to
make the software even better so that means with iOS 14 they’re going to
really focus on quality as opposed to all of these new features
and things like that and supposedly iOS 14 is going to be
very feature packed still but not without being thoroughly tested prior to
its release so iOS 12 when it came out in beta form
was – probably the most stable beta in many many years since iOS 7 so I would
say if they do the same thing there we’ll see the same results with iOS 14
know what this means with iOS 13 is that we’re going to see stability with iOS 13
so when I started using the iPhone XS Max on iOS 13 it was some of the most
unstable software I’ve used in a very long time I had all sorts of issues with
connectivity to LTE everything from crashes – bugs Bluetooth not working
Wi-Fi wasn’t working sometimes we had all sorts of issues and then even with
the release of the iPhone 11 Pro Pro Max and 11 there were still a ton of issues
we felt like and we know now that it was sort of rushed out with all of these
bugs to get this working so it looks like apples really changing that and
then even pushing further to iOS 15 it’s going to be all about stability so 14
and 15 are going to be very very stable if everything holds true and everything
works well and so this was great news to hear today and I thought I’d just share
it with you and explain how things are changing so now they’ll be able to
actually build a foundation of the house make sure it’s good then build on that
make sure that’s good put in Windows then put in flooring and sinks and
things like that and new features while assuring that the foundations are good
to build upon so hopefully that’s great news for us and we probably won’t see as
many public releases then and it’ll be more like iOS 11 with iOS 13 we have so
many public releases in the first two months it’s a little ridiculous
with iOS 12 we had – now we’ve had five or six so it’s a little bit much at this
point now finally I want to share one piece of news with you that ABC
apparently said in an interview with Tim Cook were Tim Cook the head of Apple
that for the company’s future he doesn’t have his eye on anything big but on a
bunch of interesting small things and so I’m not so sure that that was in context
or not because iPhone releases are seen as pretty
big things the new Mac Pro is seen as a pretty big thing and we should see that
in December and I’m not sure what that really means in general maybe there’s
not anything revolutionary maybe game-changing yet or maybe there is but
apples pretty tight-lipped about that and they don’t really share a lot about
future products also on December 2nd there is an apple event for app
developers so that’ll be pretty interesting to see what they’re doing
specifically I’m not sure and we don’t really expect any new products maybe
we’ll see some new software for iOS I know I would welcome Final Cut Pro for
iPad but I really don’t keep my hopes up for that but we may see some interesting
things there so on December 2nd they should have that event hopefully they
livestream it so we can take a look but we don’t really know the details of that
yet but let me know your thoughts about this in the comments below of course
I’ll link this wallpaper in the description as I always do and if you
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please give it a like as always thanks for watching this is Aaron I’ll see you
next time

100 thoughts on “iOS 13, iOS 14 and future versions of iOS are about to get a lot better

  1. Noone:

    zollotech: straight to the point

  2. Sounds good what is happening for the future of iOS software for our iPhones and iPads

  3. The thing is if iOS 14 is a stability update, iPhone 6s will maybe get that update

  4. Aaron you’re the best. Now, I think that’s just an excuse from Apple. They’ve been doing updates for years & didn’t have so many problems like they have now. I think it’s because Steve’s dead & Cook isn’t a product guy.

  5. Always current & informative! Thanks, Aaron.

  6. I haven’t noticed any bugs on iOS 13

  7. everytime you say build windows … i think "are they going to have Microsoft Windows in iOS ?"

  8. This silver iPhone XS Max is beautiful. Seem like I'm gonna buy XS Max instead 11 Pro Max.

  9. I thought they tested this stuff on prisoners before releasing it to the general public.

  10. Well, a little superstitious, but I would have skipped the number 13…:P

  11. Apple marketing at its best. They will break their promise.

  12. iOS 11 bad
    iOS 12 good
    iOS 13 bad
    Its a cycle

  13. Planned obsolescence kicks in after update 4 or 5

  14. How does Apple have so much money and so much experience with hardware and software yet they can’t have a release that’s normally stable? These pushed out updates have been more rapid than ever before. What is the point in betas? Us, the end user has become the beta testers because nothing ever works. They’ll fix one thing and break another. Is that planned on their end to keep people working at something? It’s ridiculous

  15. I guess these teams don’t talk to each other.

  16. Thank you for the information very informative

  17. Enough is enough from these ios bugs on expensive apple phones .I am planning to move to Android , one plus 7 pro and 7t , 7t pro is waiting will come back to iOS after iOS 16 release..

  18. I’ve been using iOS since iOS 6. iOS 13 is the most buggy and unstable version I’ve ever used.

  19. Just as long as I am OK for a few years with my iPhone 8 that I just bought five days ago brand new, without lag or slowdowns. I only got 2 1/2 years out of the battery on my iPhone 7 so I’m hoping if I get the same with this that’s OK

  20. I still have the ram issue

  21. I'm glad that my brothers SE is on 12.4.

  22. Ios13 is killing my SE battery life

  23. I’ve been a lifelong android user (androids life) I swapped to iPhone this year just because how stale the pixels have become, and I love it other than the connectivity issues it’s driving me crazy!

  24. Other words, we are lab rats 😐😐 and I payed 1000 $ for this !?!
    Metaphorically speking, I buyed a Ferrari which is capable to run 300 km / ph, but is limited so far on 100 km/ph 🤦‍♂️

  25. Apple = software releases periodically for bugs

    Android = a couple updates throughout its life but no major bugs

  26. Can’t wait for iOS 47 to come out, yeeeeea 👍🏻👍🏻👍🏻

  27. So basically iOS 14 will be a performance OS with no new features like iOS 12 was because of the buggy iOS 11? Lol oh boy.
    Same UI,layout since the first iOS and still no small incoming call UI. 🙄

  28. I hope then IOS 14 finally allows landscape and portrait mode split screen viewing and picture in picture YouTube…

    like on other platforms that have been enjoying those features for a while already. Cause why not and why would that useful feature bother anyone to have it.

  29. Apple needs to change the call ui asap hate having your phone held hostage

  30. Nice analogy!

  31. Ios way more better

  32. Thanks for the insight. I really appreciate it….now I understand how they put together softwares. Can’t wait for iOS 14-15

  33. I’m still facing cellular data connectivity issues on my iPhone XR. It’s been a month now with this signal dropping issue, only a restart helps regain signal.

  34. the good news is they work first on the foundation …and then they put in WINDOWS ? 🙂

  35. Is there an ETA on iOS 14?

  36. Stable my ass!
    Apple needs to bring back Scott Forstall.
    Since he left the company with iOS 6, iOS have been more buggy than ever, if you don’t believe check the history of iOS.

  37. New update doesn’t let allow UConnect to connect to my phone

  38. I feel like one of two releases are buggy these lasts years 🙁

  39. the way you are explaining it sounds like the way windows vista was being developed in the early days

  40. yes iOS 13 is buggy, but i dont necessarily think that it’s worse then 11 though

  41. Am i the only one to get 0 bugs in ios13? damn.

  42. They need to stop calls from covering your entire screen!

  43. So ios14 still support older phones like iphone 7??

  44. Ever since iOS 12 I hate how they made the battery reading so complicated…I miss just going into settings then going to battery and scrolling all the way down to see my screen on time and standby time. It’s a little thing but it bugs the hell out of me

  45. When these phones come out the battery b superb at first then slowly start dying faster . At least it seems that way

  46. I’m on 13.2.3 and have zero issues so far tbh

  47. Thank you.

  48. I’m an “old school” IBM Mainframe developer… This sounds a lot like they are developing under “agile and scrum” (like a lot of companies push for). I’m not a big fan of agile/scrum (especially when developing for large projects, which I think should be using “waterfall” development). I have seen that too many frequent small updates tends to “step on” code that was previously implemented and already tested (and sometimes breaking previous iterations of code). I think companies like scrum development because they can show that things are getting done weekly!! But waterfall allows you to plan out everything ahead of time (and have a solid plan to move forward with). And then testing on the final product at the end. Not sure if Apple is using agile and scrum, but just my thoughts.

  49. I have been finding Zollotech to be very helpful but gotta say this explanation, (that I stopped listening to at 3:15 to be honest), using an analogy of a house under construction to explain how Apple technicians put together their world class phones quite simplistic if not naive. Perhaps it is me that is naive but this is a billion dollar company with a huge investment in personal, teams, systems, communication and coordination from all departments. Really, this is by far not their first rodeo. There must be something other than one department developed their app to be somehow, opps, to be conflicted with the system because they were somehow acting too independently of the whole. Not buying that. Apple’s gotta be better than that!

  50. When Apple becomes a great company then will have learned how to write an operating system will work. Let's hold our breath and hope we do not pass out before then. Apple is dead in my opinion.

  51. I have a solution , Don’t update !

  52. In terms of experience, iOS 11 was not only buggy but also slow and laggy, especially on older iPhones. It also removed features. Because of that I’d say its a great deal worse than iOS 13.

  53. iOS13 zero issues for me. It's more media created this image.

  54. i haven’t experienced any bugs on my XR

  55. What happened to “doing it right” the first time? Thanks for the analogy. Helps understand how flawed devices can be with this new technological paradigm of how things are done and improved. (Will the “car” of the future be more like this? The app car! Buy one for life, but you’ll upgrade each year. A new improved engine each month to fix the issues). Why not do right the first? Perhaps it’s the nature of the technological beast.

  56. I only have cellular connectivity issue.

  57. Hope ios 14 gets a redesign. Been almost 7 years since last redesign. To be honest I miss the old iOS 6 design

  58. I’m still on 12.4.1. Is it the right time to upgrade to iOS 13 or should I stay put on iOS 12?

  59. iOS 13 sucks ass, my iPhone 11 would freeze when I click on any incoming emails if I’m doing something else.

  60. So it’s still gonna look the same?

  61. I’m waiting for iOS 25. 😂😂😂

  62. For me iOS 11 is the buggiest for me, iOS 13 is pretty great for me, the only bug i encounter is the lag when setting you wallpaper. My phone is an almost 2 years old iPhone X

  63. You’ll have to wait for 2 years for iOS 14 and 5 years for iOS 15.

  64. Love 💕 your content and wallpaper 🙂

  65. I am now running 13.3 beta 3. This has been a disaster. Slow, laggy and LTE keeps dropping. Can’t wait for iOS 14

  66. A lot of my friends are still running iOS 11. I can’t comprehend how they can live with it

  67. I think apple do marketing about updating ios, they make older iphone more slower than before to force user to buy new iphone11…

  68. WHAT BUGS??????
    My iPhone works perfectly….

  69. What I heard is… we’re screwed until June.

  70. Crossing my fingers

  71. So why we pay a thousand dollars 4 a new iPhone with a brand new iOS fully of bugs??? No sense at all.

  72. It’s about time! It’s a kick in the teeth to the users when you can’t be bothered to make sure the quality is what it should be.

  73. Now I’m imagining a house built by Apple 😂

  74. My optimised battery charging stopped working 🤷🏻‍♂️ would be good if apple could add an on off switch and tell the phone to be finished charging by a certain time. Like you can with do not disturb.

  75. 05:50 “..Put in Windows..” 😂

  76. Reminds me of how crappy Microsoft was. This should NEVER happen now, never had an issue with Android, IOS is miles behind in functionality. Quality is a right not a privilege.

  77. 13 just sucks 👎👎 The first iOS built without Jobs. Terrible mistake 👎👎
    Bunch of liberals with out any organizations.

  78. Ur explanation is awesome. U have a quality to become a good professor

  79. Frankly I am concerned about what I am hearing about apple’s stability issues. I have been an android user for many years and refused to changeover. My latest android phone finally crashed I decided to try an apple phone. It’s really been an adjustment for me. Any tips would be helpful.

  80. Side by side multitasking…wtf Apple 🤯🤯🤯🤯

  81. I want 12 back 13 broke my favorite app

  82. To answer your question since I’m a developer, that is actually the way most software companies do it nowadays. I’m super surprised they haven’t done this sooner

  83. The YouTube app sucks right now

  84. Bugs? Not features?

  85. Talk is cheap. Only time will tell how stable iOS 14 will be…

  86. My third party music apps are constantly being shutdown abnormal since iPadOS 13.2.

  87. It doesn’t make sense – this is why they release beta versions? I think there is a more fundamental issue at Apple that needs to be addressed

  88. Very interesting, thanks as always for sharing with us. ⚔️

  89. The UI is amazing, but it’s a bit boring, we need some more excitement.

  90. Thank you for explaining this Aaron, much appreciated…

  91. Great update video as always! – NOT GOOD ENOUGH APPLE!! Your customers pay a fortune for your products, and some of us run businesses, when you fail to test software updates, it effects people’s bottom line!! Email is crucial, people rely on it!!! IOS 14 better be an all encompassing ‘Correction’ of all of our problems, else you will start losing customers!!! Signed an angry customer!!

  92. I wonder if dark mode had anything to do with all these issues…

  93. Am I the only one who want to have an iPhone and watch his video?

  94. Still facing network signal drops after every fkin call

  95. iOS 13 has been working fine for me 🤷🏾

  96. I hope you get more Darker Wallpaper for the IPhone Series sooner rather than later. I plan to buy iPhone 12 in 2020 & hopefully iOS 14 is on point with 12 Pro X ( more likely it’ll be named ). Please get some darker Wallpapers, Thanks Zolo!!

  97. Need ios 13 fixed asap

  98. Thanks

    Very good explaining it..

  99. Solid code comes from solid programmers. Buggy code comes from crappy programmers.

  100. Thanks for the great video. Just goes to show you, the right hand has no idea what the left hand is doing!!! Not a great way for Apple to do business from a software point.

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