With recent news that Apple's brand new iOS 7 is making a lot of users feel nauseous and sick, it seems that it is not too breezy for many with more problems arising with its use.
The iOS 7 may have been the biggest operating system update ever done by Apple since it first came out in 2007 but now some negative changes are on its way too. Numerous iPad and iPhone users who have upgraded to the newest OS are voicing out their frustrations and a wide range of complaints on its different aspects.
Daniel Bean of Yahoo News gathered some of the top iOS 7 problems that appeared as complaints over Twitter. One of them is the error that keeps on logging users out even when they do not intend to. In fact, Mailbox, the popular iOS email app found itself in deep trouble after the iOS 7 was released due to a software conflict. Up to now, the trouble is unattended by the tech giant and yet Mailbox offers the temporary solution of disable the refresh feature of the new OS.
Another iOS7 problem that Mr Bean highlighted is an aspect that affects the battery life of the Apple gadget or phone. It can be recalled how Apple once addresses a similar problem with regards to battery like when the iOS 5 software was released. As a solution, many have been sharing over the Net various tips on which to turn on and off in your phone or gadget just to lengthen your Apple product's battery life.
CNN also adds to this list of top iOS 7 problems starting off with the iMessage app failure to send. Various users have been voicing out their complaints in forums that just when they though the text message was sent, they would suddenly see the red exclamation point symbol which says it failed to send. There are some who discovered the temporary fix to it is just by simply turning off and on their phones.
Finally, there is the bypassing of the lock screen that puts your security at risk. But with the Sept. 26 release of the iOS 7.0.2. update, the bug was already fixed.
Any other iOS 7 problems that you or any of the people you know have encountered? Below are some of the complaints that you can see over Twitter with hashtag #iOS7Problems:
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