In two posts this week, macOS developer Tyler Hall, from Nashville, Tennessee, savaged Apple's macOS Catalina update, likening it to the reviled Windows Vista and subsequently detailing its many alleged faults.
What about the reviled Windows 10? Why go back into the past so far for an example when there's a much more contemporary example?
"And I’ve heard personally from folks inside Apple who I’m friends with and others that I just know by reputation, that my comments were hurtful.
Notice they didn't say the comments were inaccurate. If the comments made were hurtful but accurate, perhaps some introspection into how that particular combination of attributes came to be is indicated.
macOS users users of any OS tend to advise waiting a few months for updates and bug fixes before installing a major operating system revision.
As Hall argues, "Apple’s insistence on their annual, big-splash release cycle is fundamentally breaking engineering."
So what you're telling us is that releasing on a set schedule, without regard to product readiness or anything else besides the calendar, is bad. Microsoft, of course, does the same thing now, committed as they are to copying Apple in every way possible, except that MS does it twice as often.