Jeffrey has a better idea for handling OS upgrades and updates and the idea came from Google.
Apple’s methodology is time-honored but starting to show its age. In the past, new versions of iOS, macOS, iPadOS, blah, blah, were shown off to developers and customers at the annual WWDC event in late spring. Those new versions went to beta status quickly enough, and a few months later launched as new versions of each respective OS. That worked. For a while.
With a growing amount of Apple gear around the house, that means Upgrade and Update Season can get messy.
How about a feature rollout and bug fix update every couple of months all year long? I’d vote for that. It would save me hours of updating the dozens of Apple devices we have stashed around the Mincey Plantation, especially if Apple could make Automatic Updates actually be automatic.
Yeah, what’s with that feature?