Trying to control a servo motor with Python over USB

Hello to everyone.
I’m trying to control a servo motor having an Arduino Uno connected to a USB port of my laptop.
I can actually move it, but not consistently, not all the commands are executed.
My concern is about the communication speed, but I cannot understand how to fix it.
At the moment I’m trying with some simple code that I post down below.

Python code

import serial
from time import sleep

arduino = serial.Serial('COM3', 115200, timeout=0.5)
sleep(5)
angles = [25, 40, -15, 80, -30, 10, 70, 0, -60, 0, -90]

for angle in angles:
    command = str(angle)
    arduino.write(bytes(str(angle), 'utf-8'))
    sleep(1)

arduino.close()

Arduino code

#include <Servo.h>
Servo myservo; 
String inByte;
int pos;

void setup() {
  myservo.attach(8);
  Serial.begin(115200);
  myservo.write(90);
}

void loop() {    
  if(Serial.available()) { 
    inByte = Serial.readStringUntil('\n');
    pos = inByte.toInt();
    pos = 90+pos;

    if(pos>=-90 && pos<=90) {
      myservo.write(pos);
    }

    Serial.flush();
    // already tried several values for the delay function
    delay(15);
  }
}

The servo motor is correctly initialized and positioned at 90°, the angles received must move the servo to the left or to the right.
The first 3 angles are always missed, the last 3 are almost always caught, the others are randomly caught or missed.
What is the correct method to have all the values processed?

Try moving the pos = 90+pos to AFTER the if statement.

Steve

I see my mistake, thank you.

Lose the flush(), lose the delay().

You will lose input otherwise.