|Published : 18 Sep 2016, 16:37:42|
Skip iOS 10 update, T-Mobile tells its iPhone users
Telecom company T-Mobile warned iPhone customers not to download Apple’s latest software update, adding to an already long list of complaints about the iOS10 system.
“Do not download iOS10,” the carrier tweeted on Thursday to customers who use the iPhone 6, 6+ and 5SE models. “We are getting reports of connectivity issues [and] Apple is working on a fix,” reports UNB.
T-mobile later reported that Apple had fixed the problem, but the warning from a major wireless carrier was just the latest problem to flummox the release of iOS10. Customers have already complained that the update has left iPhones and iPads inoperable and sometimes trapped in a cycle of rebooting on and off.
Apple billed its software update as its “biggest iOS release ever” last week, but customers soon complained of a number of problems. Some found that after installing the software through Wi-Fi, they were asked to connect it to a computer with iTunes – and then the device became inoperable. –RH