"Not to mention, I absolutley LOVE clear cases and all the clear ones I bought ended up scratching and losing its shine. And once again, Apple releases a clear version for the Xr, SKIPS THE XS MAX, and then drops one for the 11’s. Like literally wtf. So frustrating..."
"Yo I’m sick of them putting the 11’s and 11 Max cases on sale and FORGETTING about the Xs, Xs Max users! We’re not that far behind to be ignored like that. I love Apple and I love their cases but could NEVER find a sale for my Xs Max. Just stupid. Smh man"
"So, on to 3.3, without clearing up the remaining 3.2 bugs (my iPhone is now virtually worthless as I can’t visit any app/site with graphics), so the only way we can HOPE for a fix is by installing even MORE BUGGY, untested software?"
"I only upgraded to iOS 3.2 because it was required to utilize the full AirPod Pro features, and the majority of my photo apps broke, as the screen adjustments stopped working entirely, my phone is permanently locked in dark mode, and every photo app, other than Apple photos, displays negative views, making the phone next to worthless.
So far, despite three separate updates, nothing has been done to address any of these concerns, while I had no problems with any apps being dropped, despite my routinely running at least a dozen different apps at the same time. Now, I'm spending almost all my time on my iPad Pro, and I'm leaving my phone at home more often than I ever have before.
I'd NEVER have upgraded, if I'd had ANY choice. And to add salt to my wounds, Apple immediately refused to allow ANY downgrades for everyone suffering substantial issues with these INCREDIBLY buggy releases. So far, it looks like Apple will NEVER fix everything they screwed up. However, given the recent series of buggy releases, I won't update ANY other Apple product until I'm SURE the updates are completely bug free. It's just not worth losing valued apps, as Apple's showing no interest in correcting their mistakes, instead going for a few 'good enough' semi-fixes.
This is Samsung level engineering, and refutes everything that Apple has built it's reputation on for years."