Originally Posted by PhilBoogie
Indeed it is, hence my question. The people on this site are very helpful, and it is possible that things that do not work as one would expect can be resolved by asking a question. Or things are designed in such a way that it works as it should but some do not comprehend this and therefore conclude that things are broken.
You assume that if someone identifies an issue it's because they are too stupid to comprehend the grand design of the genius software engineers. While this is not an impossible case, I would assert that even when something is as it was intended, it's likely that it could have been designed better if users are consistently frustrated by it.
I don't have a "list" of all the issues. I identify them as they appear and often forget them if they're small enough. In any case, I submit the more egregious ones to Apple, though I have no faith they are heeded.
My only point here is that criticism of Apple is not welcome here most of the time. I've been using Apple products for basically 75% of my life. I like their products for the most part. Must everything I say be all praise all the time?