Apple addresses iOS 10 update issue, declares resolved

Apple has addressed an issue with the iOS 10 update which the company now declares resolved.

Apple’s official statement:

We experienced a brief issue with the software update process, affecting a small number of users during the first hour of availability. The problem was quickly resolved and we apologize to those customers. Anyone who was affected should connect to iTunes to complete the update or contact AppleCare for help. – Apple Inc.

MacDailyNews Take: Issues happen. Thankfully, Apple quickly sprang into action and resolved the issue before it impacted significant numbers of users. All of our iOS 10 updates were flawless (we do use iTunes to update whenever possible).

27 Comments

        1. Not quite true. People were effectively bricked. People who had only an iPhone, no Mac, were bricked until they took the device to the store. For some people, the nearest Apple Store is hundreds of kilometres away.

      1. I have the iPhone 6Plus. It’s fine. Just let it finish indexing or whatever it does right after an upgrade. It actually feels a little faster to me, but I haven’t been using it enough to have a solid impression. But I like how it looks better than iOS 9.

    1. Yeah, more negative votes, please. I bought Apple Hardware for about 250.000 Euro over the last few years from my most beloved Company. But sometimes they are shitting on their own shoes.

  1. If your iPhone or iPad is sluggish after upgrade, try a forced reboot, Home button and Power button together until Apple logo appears. Mine are running like a scalded ape now.

    1. I hope they put in some preferences so users could adjust some features.
      On the bright side, one review shows screen shots with the “flatness” going away slightly. More gradients and less preschool colors. I still miss iOS 6 look.

    2. No, it does not have a problem sending to lower than iOS10. Those that do not have iOS do not have the capability to understand the new features. That is not the fault of IOS10.

      Imagine sending a note written in English to someone who only speaks American. yep, same problem.

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