Apple to Fix Exchange Bug; Updates iMovie
Apple indicated via its support pages that a fix is planned for a bug affecting Exchange ActiveSync performance on iOS devices. The bug manifests in the calendar and can cause iOS devices to communicate with Exchange servers excessively, draining the battery and gumming up Microsoft's servers. "Apple has identified a fix and will make it available in an upcoming software update," said the company. There are workarounds to the bug detailed on Apple's support pages, though the simplest fix is for iOS device users to refrain from responding to recurring events in the calendar app. The bug was introduced when Apple released iOS 6.1 earlier this year. Separately, Apple released an update to its iMovie application for iOS devices. The updated video-composing software resolves a number of bugs and improves stability.
Apple Releases iOS 11.1.1 to Fix Keyboard Bug
Apple today made iOS 11.1.1 available to iPhone owners. The minor release primarily resolves a keyboard-based autocorrect bug that impacted the ability to type the letter "I", which was often replaced with an odd character.
Apple Releases iOS 10.0.2 to Fix Bugs
Apple today made iOS 10.0.2 available to iPhones and iPads in order to resolve some bugs. According to Apple, the small update addresses a problem impacting audio controls, fixes an issue that prevents some app extensions from working, and solves a bug that caused Photos to crash.
Apple Releases iOS 9.3.1 to Combat Safari Bug
Apple today made a minor update available to iPhones and iPads in order to fix a browser-based bug. In particular, iOS 9.3.1 addresses an issue that caused apps to sometimes hang or crash completely after users tapped links in the browser or other apps.
Apple Releases iOS 10.2.1 to Fix Bugs
Apple today made available the public build of iOS 10.2.1 to the iPhone and iPad. According to Apple, iOS 10.2.1 fixes bugs and improves the security of its smartphones and tablets.
Apple Confirms It's Developing Fix for iMessage Bug
Apple today confirmed reports of an iMessage-based bug that can cause iPhones to crash. "We are aware of an iMessage issue caused by a specific series of unicode characters and we will make a fix available in a software update," said Apple to Reuters.