Some of the complaints I’ve seen about the UI, remind me of Yosemite. Where developers complains during the beta, but the issues (visual anyway) were not addressed until El Cap. I wonder if Apple will do the same thing this time around?
Can’t say anything about the speed. The Finder worked before and it works now. Pictures and text files are opened in the background and not in the foreground. Mail looks way worse now.
And the absolute worst thing in Apple’s quest for privacy: Every tracker is now blocked by default. Google, Doubleclick, Facebook, everything. All moneymaking on the internet depends on those trackers.
Then Apple will launching their own advertising and tracking service! I can’t imagine those companies not tacking action either. We may find that they cripple their services when using Apple’s browser and work harder to get people to download Chrome, FireFox and so on.
Perhaps its time to invest in some platform specific controls then… I realize there are no resources… But I know a macOS “native” Listbox is possible… I’ve got the beginnings of a syntax compatible replacement for my current project already under way… Of course I know Windows, Linux etc would require platform focused solutions.