We heard earlier that some of the iOS 12 features will be delayed until next year. Apple is apparently doing the same thing with their macOS. Apple is delaying some iOS 12 features until next year to focus on quality, this is something that the company will also do with their Mac software.
Apple’s Craig Federighi recently told Apple’s employees about the changes they are making to the development of iOS 12 and the new version of macOS. Both of these new versions of Apple’s software will be shown off at Apple’s Worldwide Developer Conference in June.
The plan is for Apple to focus on quality with these new versions of their software. They will be focusing more on bug fixes and performance improvements rather than lots of new features.
Both Apple’s iOS 12 and their new desktop software will get a range of new features at launch, just not as many as Apple had originally planned. Some of these features will be added at a later date in various software updates.
The company has had a number of issues with both iOS 11 and the latest versions of their desktop software. So seeing them move from adding as many new features as possible to focusing on quality is bound to keep Mac users and iPhone users happy.
We are looking forward to seeing exactly what Apple has planned for the next version of their Mac software and also iOS 12.