When you run a business 100% from a computer and the internet, it is NOT a good idea to depend on just one way.
Reference the internet part, i have that part covered as best that i can, TWO ways to get there. Three, if you count going somewhere other than my office to connect.
Operating systems…I slipped. 100% in IOS/Apple. Not knocking on their noggins one bit, they are doing what they can. They ARE in the business of designing and selling a good product. They slipped this time too, which is a good thing in the long run, because it says that they are reaching beyond the safe boundaries.
Email not syncing across Apple devices. (That’s a BIG issue for me ((Business)).
Can swipe two, sometimes three, emails to the left to delete, the all i get is a flashing color band on the right of the next email that I try to swipe left.
Copy/Share link is a hit ‘n miss.
The widget panel WAS working well, now only shows the weather, unless i pull it up some towards the top.
Smart Keyboard is now a expensive screen cover. (Quit with the iPadOS install). Which lead me to be VERY THANKFUL that i “over did it” months ago, and bought a Anker Bluetooth keyboard for “just in case”.
The “attach a hard drive” thing is wonky.
Apple maps has me going to the other side of my neighborhood to get home, (and there’s no street there that leads to my home).
Mouse support works FANTASTIC, and I LIKE the pointer.
I am probably missing this one, but my slide up on screen keyboard doesn’t slide up very often, requiring a reboot to get it back.
I am still fiddling with trying to get a external monitor to work with my ipad (or iphone). Most definitely NOT a plug n play setup.
iPhone XR seems to have the more stable release.
Things will get better, but for now, i have been taught a tough lesson. Don’t update ANYBODY’S “new stuff”. My business is stumbling because IIIIIII messed up. Yep. I take the blame for my mistakes.