Isn't that too sweet to swallow? It's very true though. Have a look at some user complaints about the constant freezing of iMacs after people installed the super hyped Leopard OSX 10.5. And you thought these things only happen to Microsoft? Shame on you...
I guess Apple is growing up... even with their own fully controlled hardware components they don't seem to be able to code proper drivers. The blunt with the gorgeous iMacs will go down in history as one of their biggest failures. I mean, this is bad... real bad... It's like Mercedes Benz came up with their brightest and newest model and after early adopters rush out to buy their own, they find that the motor turns off and the brakes freeze after only driving 100 feet down the road... and the vehicle magically finds itself at the starting point of their journey again.
Does this seem too hilarious to be true? You bet... I haven't met many iMac owners though, who could laugh with that shit! I even wonder about the new iMacs Apple is selling as we speak... I bet you they all crash as well, at least if they are put on Leopard. This is as close as possible I ever felt consumers should go after Apple real big for everything they got!
Conclusion. What I learned all my career still holds true even for Apple developers working under the usual intimidating threatenings by his Jobness. Code developers love spaghetti code and never manage to test their stuff properly. Because professional code developers are a bunch of amateurs. If airplanes were built like modern computer programs, most of us whould have crashed to our death long ago!