Friday, September 26, 2014

Found guilty: for unsuccessful releases iOS 8.0.1 and Apple maps is responsible one person

After a disastrous release of iOS 8.0.1 , many began to doubt the abilities of Apple to produce stable and reliable software. This idea was born two years ago, after the launch of the company's mapping service. Then user complaints concerning quality coating efficiency of navigation, as well as many errors on the service provided by the satellite images. Edition of Bloomberg found that for both releases there is one employee Apple - Manager of Software Quality Assurance Josh Williams.

According to sources close to the company, after the launch of Apple Maps Josh was fired from the department concerned, but he remained in the same positions in the department to develop iOS. It is reported that Williams is responsible for the release of the update iOS 8.0.1, which has become one of the biggest failures in the history of Apple.
After the release of the first update for the iOS 8 operating system for a corporation barrage of complaints . Disgruntled owners iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus said that running this OS version of the device began to falter. In particular, the observed problems in the cellular and fingerprint Touch ID. A few hours after the release of OSes has been revoked, and more than 40,000 users of new iPhone, had time to download the update, have been forced to reinstall the system.
Edition of Bloomberg also become familiar with the features of corporate devices Apple. It turned out that Josh often conflicts with managers of other departments in the company. In particular, with the department, the testing cellular and Wi-Fi, have become a major cause of user complaints.
Managers should not suffer punishment or do we wait for the next surprise from Apple?