Apple has decided to adopt a new organization in the development of iOS 14 that will allow it to avoid serial bugs that have spoiled the launch of iOS 13.
Avoid repeated bugs, here is Apple’s new leitmotif when it comes to the development of iOS 14, its future operating system.
Isolate the bugs
Concretely, this will allow them to make changes to the iOS 14 beta more serenely since it will activate the corresponding flag for the novelty to be included in the system. If a problem is detected, simply disable the flag responsible to isolate the bug and fix it more easily.
In the footsteps of Google and Microsoft
On paper, iOS 14 should, therefore, be much more stable than its predecessor when deployed. With a little optimism, users can even hope for a public beta that is pleasant to use.