T-Mobile tells its iPhone users to skip latest iOS 10 update

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Telecoms business mentions connection concerns and states Apple is dealing with a repair in newest problem for the rollout of the greatest iOS release ever

Telecom business T-Mobile has actually alerted iPhone consumers not to download Apples newest software application upgrade, contributing to a currently long list of grievances about the iOS10 system.

Do not download iOS10, the provider tweeted on Thursday to clients who utilize the iPhone 6, 6+ and 5SE designs. We are getting reports of connection concerns [and] Apple is dealing with a repair.

The caution from a significant cordless provider is simply the current issue to flummox the release of iOS10. Clients have actually currently grumbled that the upgrade has left ipads and iphones unusable and often caught in a cycle of restarting on and off.

In a terse declaration on Wednesday, Apple validated a short problem with the software application upgrade procedure impacting a little number of users throughout the very first hour of accessibility. The business declared that the issue had actually been repaired, however has actually likewise advised clients back up their phones and download the upgrade as a result of iTunes.

Apple billed its software application upgrade as its greatest iOS release ever on Tuesday, however consumers quickly experienced a variety of issues. Some discovered that after setting up the software application as a result of Wi-Fi, they were asked to link it to a computer system with iTunes then the phone ended up being unusable.

To recuperate their phones, users should link then reset the gadgets by holding down the house and power buttons.

Other users have actually discovered the software application drains their batteries quicker or suffers connection issues with Bluetooth and Wi-Fi, though these issues will most likely be solved as the gadget updates and telecom providers change. Some users have actually found issues within particular apps, for circumstances the recently upgraded Messages app.

As part of its updates, iOS10 has actually included a series of images and animations to the Messages app, which Apple hopes will take on Facebook Messenger and other services. When users browsed for an image or animation of the word butt, the app recommended a sexualized gif of a My Little Pony character that pulls down its underclothing. The app now obstructs that word, along with look for porn, sex and other specific or physiological words, however not the word drugs. The business has likewise handicapped look for the word big after specific images were returned.

The brand-new software application is suggested to update a series of iPhone and iPad functions, consisting of photography settings, boosted intelligence for the keyboard and brand-new alert screen and more usages for the voice-activated assistant Siri.

Read more: https://www.theguardian.com/technology/2016/sep/15/tmobile-iphones-ios10-update