OS X Kernel Panic to Be Fixed by Apple
It’s not the first time we hear about Apple bugs. The company is famous for its iOS and OS X devices. Users who have OS X gadget and try to use Spotify notice problems and Apple assures this is OS X kernel panic it has plans to fix soon.
The Cupertino-based company is now working on the fix and testing iOS 9.3 beta. Official OS X Spotify application randomly crashes and this is what the ‘fruit’ giant is planning to solve. The bug was first reported in the fall 2015. Spotify users keep pointing to the bug and issues. They get this problem after they update to version 188.8.131.52 on OS X 10.9.5 operating system.
Since the bug repeats and is reported by many users, it seems to be common. This fix kernel panic has to be solved. The Spotify team already confirmed that it talked with Apple and got confirmation about issues in OS X version.
Apple is expected to offer OS X fix soon. Once it adds changes to the operating system and resolves the OS X kernel panic bug – users should get no problems with using the application on their computers.
It is unclear when Apple could bring the update and fix everything. The company is now working with iOS 9.3 update and testing iOS 9.3 beta 4 with registered developers. The known bug exists because the program [Spotify] makes network requests and this causes OS X kernel panic. There are other applications that cause that make the same issue occur.
If you are affected by the bug right now you can try to fix it on your own. Turn off your firewall and use Spotify. It should be ok until Apple offers a different solution.