How Can You Miss Us if We Won’t Go Away? Paczkowski and Swisher Highlights From AllThingsD.

And so it goes in Silicon Valley.

Apps on iPhone 5s Crashing at Twice the Rate as on Other iPhone 5 Models

App performance firm Crittercism notes that developers had time to test for iOS 7, but not to prepare for Apple’s new A7 processor.

How Can You Undo an Upgrade to Apple’s New iOS 7?

Walt answers a reader’s question on how to undo an upgrade to Apple’s new iOS 7.

Early Measures Show Massive iOS 7 Adoption on Day One

A study shows iOS 7 accounting for more than 18 percent of iOS Web traffic less than 24 hours after its public launch. That’s three percentage points better than iOS 6 on its first day.

Is iOS Fragmenting? Not Nearly as Much as Android.

Some 93 percent of iOS users run iOS 6, says Apple.

Samsung and BlackBerry Cleared for Pentagon Work

The Department of Defense approved Samsung’s Galaxy S4 and BlackBerry’s new BlackBerry 10 devices for use on the Pentagon’s networks.

Dutch and Canadian Authorities Criticize WhatsApp Over Privacy

A couple privacy agencies don’t like the way some versions of WhatsApp import users’ phone contacts.

Going the Extra Mile Now that Google Maps Have Returned to iOS

Some complaints about Google’s new iOS Maps app are simply out of its control.

Did This Clock Cost Apple $21 Million?

Time to pay: A news report says Apple shelled out millions for the rights to an iconic clock design.

The Latest Long Apple Line: Developers Waiting for App Approval

As volume spikes for the holidays and submissions surge to take advantage of new product releases, iOS app approval wait times grow.

A Scuffed iPhone 5

Yes, Apple’s Chomp Has Bitten the Dust

Maps Says Sorry (Comic)

Why iOS Maps Shipped Buggy (Comic)