3 iOS7 bugs in the first 4 hours of use


I stated my concerns about iOS7 here.  I found the following three bugs in my first four hours of use. One is a game stopper, the other two are easy to work around.


I am guessing this picture shows a broken call of some kind. It is likely that the way this application did logins either changed or was deprecated in iOS7. I present this to show a broken app. Is it necessarily the FAULT of iOS? When I upgrade and lose functionality I do not focus on fault, but rather, why is this broken?



I was using two fingers swiping up to close multiple apps at a time. Several times I had this happen. The preview flew off the screen, but the app was still running. It happened with multiple apps, and sometimes did not happen to an app it had happened to previously.



Notice in the bottom right hand corner the directory has two striped background colors instead of the gradients used elsewhere. All three of these bugs happened on an iPad mini and an iPhone5.

Lion devours my functionality


Lion, eating my brains.
Why, oh why, does the OS X Lion upgrade have to suck so bad? It took away used functionality (NFS, network boot, network install, MySQL, etc) during the server upgrade. Apple software does not work (Mail, textedit, keep in mind, this is software bundled with the operating system written by Apple), the keychain repair malfunctioned, and finally, Lion itself will not install through the App store on a couple of iMac’s. Compare this bunch of fail to the greats (ME, Vista, Microsoft Bob..)Failing to install Lion
The nice thing about this situation is, Apple is willing to fix the fact that their OS will not install on:

Apple’s expectation is $50 more (than what the OS cost), for them to consider troubleshooting why the purchased OS will not install. Apple wants more money to figure out why their product does not work.
If you update Apple Remote Desktop, before you update the client side (any servers or clients that you access with ARD), you will be unable to get into the device with ARD to update the client. This causes a problem for people running servers headless. Apple REALLY thought this one through.

The result of the 10.7.1 update on my server was a reboot, a spinner, and then the Apple was replaced with a not symbol (circle with a slash through it).
Then this screen:
followed by:
20 minutes later and the “signing in to the app store…” barber pole is still spinning.

Full screen apps are great when they work.