Apple has updated both of its operating systems today.
Apple has released OS X Yosemite 10.10.2 to the public. This update is meant to fix a number of issues in Yosemite, including an issue that caused Wi-Fi to disconnect.
And iOS wasn’t far behind:
Apple has just released iOS 8.1.3 for iPhone and iPad devices. The over-the-air update has a number of fixes and improvements, including one that should cut down on the amount of storage needed for future software updates.
Still haven’t figured out if the current trend of increasing boot times, increasing app launch times and increasing memory usage is polynomial or exponential.
I suspect if the bloat continues at its current rate, we might just get new OS releases quicker than the OS can actually boot.
Note, I’ve been using MacOS since before it was MacOS, on at Apple ][ e, and I’ve used NeXT Step since version 1.
Every year, just keeps getting slower and slower and slower with more irrelevant BS bloating the system.