"iOS 7 is completely redesigned with an entirely new user interface and over 200 new features, so it's like getting a brand new device, but one that will still be instantly familiar to our users. Next month we'll be shipping our 700 millionth iOS device, and we're excited about what our hundreds of thousands of iOS developers are doing to bring great new features to their apps."
Just within three days of the Apple iOS 7 launch, Apple announced that there were already more than 200 million iOS devices running the completely redesigned iOS 7, "making it the fastest software upgrade in history."
Unfortunately for these 200 million downloaders, their downloads came with annoying bugs and glitches.
In the Apple iOS 7 "Cause of Death Video", director Alberto Belli sent out creep as he poked fun of these Apple iOS 7 glitches.
Apparently, Apple's iOS 7 is designed to make killing for murderers a walk in park.
(Credit: albertobellichannel YouTube)
Meanwhile, here are some quick but temporary fixes to Apple's iOS 7 most common problems to avoid being "murdered" (pun intended) as what these victims in the video had suffered.
For the most common problem of battery drainage, turn off 3D effect through accessing "Accessibility" from "Settings menu and the slide "Reduce Motion." Also turn off background app refreshing from the "General" section of the "Settings" menu.
For the very first reported passcode security issues, just disable lock screen access for Siri.As for the iMessage faulty sending of messages, download the second patch update to iOS 7.
For iOS frequent freezing, frequent reset of the sleep button and home button through long press will do. Crashing iTunes Store can be temporarily fixed through signing in and out of the iTunes & App Store from the Settings menu.
Problems with FaceTime can be temporarily fixed by toggling FaceTime on and off in the settings menu until Apple's official announcement. For some other Apple iOS 7 issues not mentioned, users would just have to wait for Apple's official fix and updates for iOS 7.