I agree, but if you make a promise you should keep it. If they’ve said the wallet will be released today, they should release it. No one made them promise a date, they voluntarily offered a date. If they don’t release it on time, or fail to explain why the release is delayed, it makes investors like us question other things they say.
The Golden rule is, “under-promise and over-deliver”, but this is the opposite. If they tell us the wallet will be available in September and deliver it in August everyone is happy. Do it the other way around and everyone is upset. It’s very simple.