Bug Forces Apple to Disable App Slicing
Sep 24, 2015, 4:05 PM by Eric M. Zeman
Apple today disabled app slicing thanks to a bug discovered in iOS 9. App slicing lets users download only the portion of each app that pertains to their particular device. With app slicing disabled, all iOS devices will download the universal/full version of each app, which may take up more storage space than the version customized for their iPhone or iPad. This could have an impact on iOS devices with limited storage, such as the 16GB iPhone. Apple said neither developers nor end users need take any action. Apple will turn app slicing back on as soon as the bug is resolved.
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