The real reasons Apple has been slow to make software updates in the wake of the iPhone 6s leak

Apple CEO Tim Cook has admitted the company’s software is “slow” in making software updates, and that’s leading to delays in the company pushing out software updates.

Speaking at an event in San Francisco on Tuesday, Cook said Apple’s software update backlog is “significantly higher than we expected”.

“We don’t know how much longer we can take for software to get through,” Cook said.

“The good news is we’re getting better at it, and the bad news is it’s not perfect.”

Cook acknowledged the company had been slow in updating its software and services in recent years.

“We’ve had a few bugs in there that have taken a lot longer to resolve,” he said.

“And the other thing is we’ve had some things that are just not working right.”

Cook also revealed that the company has not made a software update for the iPhone 5S yet.

“There’s still a lot of things we can’t do,” Cook told the audience.

“It’s not a simple task to make a software upgrade.”

Apple’s software updates are also slower than other smartphone makers.

Apple’s iOS updates have been slow for years.

The company was unable to make major software updates for the latest iPhone model, the iPhone 7, until late last year, and even then, the company waited for months to release the latest update.

Apple released software updates on Monday for iOS 11, iOS 12 and iOS 13, but these updates only added new features and not fixed bugs.

The iPhone 6S was the first major iPhone to be updated with the new iOS 11 software.

However, the update for iOS 12 did not include a fix for the bug that made the iPhone’s Touch ID fingerprint scanner unreliable.

The update also did not fix the “Lock screen bug” that caused people to have the iPhone unlock themselves by touching the screen with their index finger.

Apple has said the iPhone bug was fixed in the update released on March 24, but that it is still not clear when the problem will be fixed.