In the 3+ weeks since Apple, Inc. has released the iPhone 5s a problem, that in the past has been associated with Redmond-based Microsoft, has been frustrating owners. It seems that certain apps can cause the smartphone to come down with the dreaded 'blue screen of death'. The main culprits seem to be Apple's Numbers, Pages, or Keynote apps but it has been reported that some of the other apps, such as, Safari and FaceTime have also caused the problem.
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Unlike the 'blue screen of death' that was associated with early versions of the Windows operating system, the iPhone version is now fatal it just causes the smartphone to reboot. Currently though Apple does not have a fix to this problem but that does not mean it isn't being worked on. In the meantime people that own one of this model will either have to either put up with the inconvenience or just not use the problematic apps. There has been one possible way to avoid the problem by disabling iCloud.
“Anytime there is new hardware or software release, we see issues,” Crittercism CEO Andrew Levy told AllThingsD. “Inevitably, over time, those issues get resolved.”
The 'blue screen of death' or reboot bug has not been the only problem that Apple has been experiencing on some of its latest products. One of those problem is a lock-screen bug that they have released an update to fix. There have also been reports of a problem that prevents users to send text message on iMessage. Most likely these will not be the last of the problems but just as problems that have arisen in the past it should not be too long before there is a fix.
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