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sflocal said:dewme said:IMHO this is another red flag of concern about APFS reliability. The tolerance for bugs in such a critical operating system component should be as close to zero as humanly possible.
First time I've ever had a problem with an OS install by Apple. Ever. I didn't hear any problems (outside of beta) about doing clean-installs with High Sierra, but warning to others not to do it just yet. It could be a problem specific to my machine/configuration but those considering it should wait. Obviously, Apple missed the QC train here.Attempting a work-around... crossing fingers.
The only thing I hope for is that this class action lawsuit forces Apple to address the situation. Great for you if the issue doesn't affect you, but it does affect me, along with a lot of other people. I don't wear skinny jeans. I don't put my phone in my back pocket. I even have a case on my phone....an Apple branded iPhone case too! However, my iPhone 6+ has had this so called touch disease for about 2 months now. Shame on me for not getting Applecare. I trusted Apple a bit too much not to design a phone with an obvious design defect.