Updating iphone to new software issues
In its release notes, Apple also warns users against using "non-genuine replacement displays." According to Apple, these third-party parts are to blame for the difficulties experienced by i Phone 8 users. Notably, it implemented a feature that allowed users to turn off the ability to slow down i Phone performance when battery levels are low.
As the week draws to a close, it’s definitely been a long one for Apple’s software engineers.
Apple has had a history of strange time-related bugs affecting i OS multiple times over the years, but this particular issue appears to be related to recurring notifications for apps like reminders.
After issuing a final developer beta of i OS 11.2 to developers last night, Apple decided to take the highly unusual step of issuing i OS 11.2 to all i Phone owners to fix the crashing issues today.
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On Tuesday, Apple released an update to i OS 11 that claims to fix some i Phone 8 touchscreens that had recently become unresponsive.
With IKEA's ARKit app, for instance, you could see how a new sofa might look like on the floor of your living room, but you couldn't mount a virtual cabinet to your real walls.
But i OS 11.3 comes with ARKit 1.5, which recognizes vertical surfaces and "irregularly shaped surfaces like circular tables," too, according to Apple.
The new update, i OS 11.3.1, will reportedly fix this issue.
“Security is a top priority for every Apple product, and regrettably we stumbled with this release of mac OS,” admitted an Apple spokesperson.
“We greatly regret this error and we apologize to all Mac users, both for releasing with this vulnerability and for the concern it has caused. We are auditing our development processes to help prevent this from happening again.” As the auditing of development processes begins, other issues have come to light on the mac OS side as a result of this software fix.
The nightmare started on Tuesday, after a Twitter user disclosed a critical security vulnerability for mac OS High Sierra that allowed anyone with physical access to a Mac to gain system administrator privileges without even entering a password.
As software bugs go, this one was embarrassing and critical, but Apple managed to fix it less than 24 hours after it was publicly disclosed.