Apple is reportedly set to focus on overhauling the way it tests the iOS software.



It's said that the tech giant has recently made some internal changes which would involve the company using software flags to try and stabalise future iOS releases.

According to Bloomberg, the falgs - which would be in daily builds of the software - would allow the firm's own developers to add changes to beta versions of iOS 14.

From there, internal tests could switch them on and put Apple in a better place to isolate any bad code.

Since iOS 13 was launched in September, Apple has already released eight updates to address a whole range of issues from apps crashing and visual clithes to unfinished dark mode areas and missing features.

It means the company is now looking to overhaul its testing process to try and limit these problems in the future.