New york times iphone app not updating
While the beta went well for us, the final launch of i OS 10 has bricked a number of i Phones and i Pads.
That's disheartening for Apple fans after a solid three-month beta.
Other people are noticing that they i Phone batteries now drop from 100% to 50% in under an hour after installing i OS 10.1.1.
Apple appears to be aware of the problem, and this fix is simple: update to the newest version of i OS 10.3.
like a problem, but Apple has re-arranged its filing system. Just an extra caution: Make sure you backup your i Phone before updating to i OS 10.3.
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And i Cloud backups work, but only if you're paying Apple enough to back up your entire storage capacity.
There are some nasty bugs out there that can make your i Phone crash just by receiving a text message.
Hopefully i OS 10.0.3 and beyond will do a better job at fixing these issues.
There's a lot of newness happening with September 13's big software update, but that also means we've been experiencing poor i OS 10 battery life, and with the recent release of i OS 10.0.2, these problems remain. It'll give you a list of apps, and you don't really need a lot of these to constantly update in the background. Turn off Fitness Tracking and non-essential apps tucked away in Settings Motion & Fitness.