QAwerk, an Ukraine-based software testing and quality assurance agency, has released a bug report for iOS 17 Beta.
The company has helped more than 300 products polish their offerings before their public launch as well as win awards. The Bug Crawl initiative has tested more than 440 apps and found nearly 2,000 bugs through their weekly tests.
Upon the beta release of Apple’s iOS 17, QAwerk immediately tested and analyzed the software. The comprehensive report is now available in its complete form on qawerk.com. The highlights are included below.
- Contact Poster Issues: iOS 17 will allow users to create custom Contact Posters, but they may not appear exactly how the preview shows them.
- Troubles with Stickers: iOS 17 will allow users to creat static and animated stickers using their own photos. Currently, the Messages app crashes when peeling and sticking a resized sticker to the message; the sticker drawer doesn’t open every time; and, the sticker that was not delivered disappears.
- Miscellaneous third-party app bugs
- Redundant gray bar displayed in Settings app
- Keyboard is not displayed in Messages (intermittent issue)
It’s important to remember that since iOS 17 is currently in its beta form, it is considered pre-release software and as such, there are bound to be some rough edges here and there. Apple uses their public beta program as a way to test the nearly finished software with a massive group of people before rolling out the gold master edition and finally the official release of the software.
About QAwerk Bug Crawl
QAwerk has a mission to help businesses deliver better solutions through enhanced quality. That’s why they created Bug Crawl, a very special program that allows tech startups to have their products tested for free in exchange for publicizing the bug report.
Bug Crawl is a no-commitment deal. You get your software thoroughly tested once, receive a professional bug report with a detailed breakdown of all the steps and visual proof, and a fresh perspective on where your product stands quality-wise.