iOS 10.2 New Policy Failure
By : Mohamed Akram
December 22, 2016
Today Apple stopped signing iOS 10.1 and iOS 10.1.1. What this means is Apple servers will accept either versions as acceptable anymore
Apple typically stops signing old versions of iOS within a week or two of launching a new version.
But keeping this habit while knowing that your current OS is filled with bugs make no sense what so ever.
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Fixes Are Coming Soon
Well so Apple has really messed things this time, is it the time to start looking for alternatives for your randomly shutting down OS,
well let’s not rush it some hope is showing up in the horizon.
While Apple did admit that the problem effects a wide population. Apple did introduce a battery diagnostics tool in iOS 10.2 which it declined to list in the release notes. Apple didn’t state hope does this tool actually work, what it collects or where the data is sent but it is at least an attempt by the company to try and investigate what is going on.
Further to this we have iOS 10.2.1 which Apple currently has in beta testing right now. Again Apple has declined to list any features of iOS 10.2.1 to beta testers, but some have noticed significant improvements to the 30% bug while trying it.