|Added Oct 2, 2016 Views 222 Rating|
Usual iOS 10 Issues and Fixes
The iOS 10 will be released in September, and plenty of Apple fans have already downloaded the beta to have a taste of it. The iOS 10 Preview from Apple’s website and users’ feedback have said this brand new operating system just got better in different aspects, which is sure to give you have an enhanced experience on your iPad, iPod touch or iPhone.
However, ever since the update, some users have had cellular connection errors, along with problems on the iPhone’s Touch ID. Apple has announced that a new iOS 10 update is coming, but until then, here are some recommendations to repair some of the iOS 10 hitches you may be having:
There have been reports about apps suddenly freezing or crashing on iOS 10. The best way around this is to notify the app’s developer so that necessary changes can be made to fix the problems. Before that, you can try updating the app to the most recent version. If you have no time to check for updates everyday, simply switch on automatic App Store updates. This works perfectly for the iPhone and iPad users because it permits automatic updates on the newest bug fixes.
Bluetooth issues have been reported as well by users of iOS 10 on the iPhone and iPad. Resetting all iPhone or iPad settings is the best way to fix these problems. This is done by going to Settings, then General, then Reset and finally, Reset All Settings. As the device reboots, be aware that all your stored Wi-Fi networks will be lost.
Unread messages as read is one of the most common issues iPhone and iPad owners face with iOS 10. With some users, messages would arrive many hours later or even not at all. To fix the error, first try switching iMessage off an on, or reboot your device. If both don’t work, try to reset the network settings. You can do this by clicking on Settings, choosing General, then Reset and lastly, Reset Network Settings. While the device reboots, all stored Wi-Fi networks will again be lost.
Yet another common problem with all iPhone models following an iOS update is battery drain. With the iOS 10, the battery has been observed to drain even much faster. Resetting can also solve this problem. Simply hold down your device’ Sleep/Wake button and the Home button simultaneously. When you see the Apple logo, let go.
While the above steps have worked for many users, in some cases, won’t. If this is true to you, the best thing you can do is to take your device to your nearest Apple store.