24/09/2014 02:12 EDT | Actualisé 24/09/2014 02:15 EDT

Plus de bogues avec le système iOS 8 que iOS 7, démontre une étude

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TOKYO, JAPAN - SEPTEMBER 19: A member of the press compares the new iPhone models at the launch of the new Apple iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 plus at the Apple Omotesando store on September 19, 2014 in Tokyo, Japan. On September 19, Apple's new products, iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus, with iOS 8 featuring 4.7-inch and 5.5-inch displays, have become available in the US, Australia, Canada, France, Germany, Hong Kong, Japan, Puerto Rico, Singapore and the UK, and will be available in more than 20 additional countries beginning on September 26. (Photo by Chris McGrath/Getty Images)

Non, ce n'est pas vous. C'est la faute de iOS 8.

Le nouveau système d'exploitation Apple présente 78% plus de «bogues» que le iOS précédant, selon une étude publiée cette semaine par Crittercism, une compagnie de gestion de performance. iOS 8 présente des problèmes 3,56% du temps, alors que iOS 7.1 s'en sort avec 2% de bogues.

Vous verrez qu'il y a définitivement plus de soucis avec iOS 8 sur les anciens iPhone que les plus récents modèles. Les iPhone 6 et 6 Plus présentent 2,63% et 2,11% de bogues, respectivement, alors que le taux de bogue des iPhone 5S et de ses prédecesseurs est de 3,57%.

À noter qu'il ne faut jamais, au grand jamais, télécharger iOS 8 sur votre iPhone 4S. Tenez-vous en au bon vieux iOS 7.1.

Il arrive que les nouveaux systèmes doivent être mis à jour dans les premiers mois. iOS 8 vient à peine de faire son apparition que déjà, son correctif iOS 8.0.1 sera bientôt disponible pour les utilisateurs, corrigeant plusieurs bogues.

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