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Apple Claiming That The Next iOS 7 Update, Will Fix The Random Homescreen Crashes

Apple Claiming That The Next iOS 7 Update, Will Fix The Random Homescreen Crashes

by Mark KwanJanuary 22, 2014

Deep within the Apple support forum is a post titled “iPhone 5 with iOS 7 randomly shuts off.” This thread was started on September 20th — right after iOS was released — and has over 89,000 views and close to 250 replies. Much of the problem resolves around home screen and apps crashing that eventually results in random reboots. Depending on the colour of your iPhone will bring either a black screen or white screen with the Apple logo. Some users report the issue happens when the battery level dips below 30%, while others state it happens out of the blue when loading various apps.

Apple has finally responded to the issue, declaring to Mashable that “We have a fix in an upcoming software update for a bug that can occasionally cause a home screen crash.” No word yet on when the update will be pushed through. As for stats, Apple’s developer blog notes that 79% of all App Store visitors are using iOS 7.

Source: Mashable
Via: Apple, AppleInsider

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Mark Kwan
Some people may call me a geek which I take no offense to. Being a tech enthusiast at a young age, I am a blogger, graphic & website designer, YouTube video maker, and most of all a total tech enthusiast. At such a young age I am totally obsessed with blogging, developing web-sites using CSS, HTML, xhtml, WordPress, and making money online. Not only do I like creating websites I also like using Adobe Photoshop to create graphic designs which are incorporated in my websites. But most people know me from watching my YouTube videos that I film and edit for my YouTube page which include tech tutorials, reviews, unboxings, and anything else related to tech. I have been doing graphic & website design for many years, learning the trade from his older brother. Whom owns his own graphic & website design company.

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