There is a way how to fix iPad Pro issues experienced by users ever since the public launch of 9.7-inch iPad Pro model. There is iOS 9.3.2 firmware version created for all Apple devices however it doesn’t solve the ‘Error 56’ that bricks the tablet.
Still there is another solution. Apple launched new iOS 9.3.2 for iPad Pro and this particular release is meant to fix the unpleasant issues that troubled ‘fruit’ users in the spring. It’s curious that the bug mainly occurs on the tablets with 9.7-inch display. Apple was aware of the problem for a while and created firmware update specifically for this gadget and model.
You can fix issues with iPad Pro by simply updated to iOS 9.3.2. You can install the firmware via OTA-update or search for the build 13F72 and download the ipsw file from direct link. In this situation you’ll have to manually install the operating systemon your tablet device.
Error 56 is extremely crazy. Once you see it pop up on the iPad Pro you’ll get the bricked gadget. The only way to fix the bug is install iOS 9.3.2 build 13F72. Hopefully this time the errors will be gone and you have to restore your iPad Pro in hopes to fix everything on your own. This didn’t help many users who had to contact Apple Support in order to solve the problem.
Now all users can fix everything without contacting Apple. Special 13F72 build for 9.3.2 firmware version is designed for 9.7-inch iPad Pros only. If you have the iPhone there is no need to update iOS 9.3.2 once again.
Do you have Mac OS X issues? Users report various Mac bugs after installing OS X 10.11.4 version. Have you updated OS X El Capitan operating system to the newest release? Do you have any problems now?
Mac freezes after OS X 10.11.4 update. There is no reason for getting no response from your computer but this is what happens. A number of Apple users with Mac complain about Mac OS X issues that cause hard reboot.
What models are mainly affected? According to reports, the bug is noticed on 13-inch MacBook Pro with Retina screen [the one that was released in the beginning of 2015]. It seems that the issues has been around for quiet a while since first compaints are dated back to the end of March.
If you are running OS X 10.11.4 update and notice that your mouse freezes, screen freezes and Mac is forced to reboot – you should know that there are many other Mac users who have the very same problem. It is most likely related to the OS you have installed. The problem occurs at random. You cannot predict when your system is caused to hard reboot [learn some Apple predictions for 2016].
It’s curious that the same bug is noticed on 15-inch MacBook Pro models and other Macs. Crash logs show that this could be Intel graphics driver issue still Apple offers no solution at the moment. The problem could be fixed in the next OS X upgrade. You might wish to roll back to previous OS X 10.11.3 to avoid the issue on your computer.
Apple users get a problem with Safari. The iOS 9.3 issues are experienced on both iPhone and iPad. A number of ‘fruit’ customers complain about iOS 9.3 Safari crash and freeze which wasn’t an issue before they chose to update to iOS 9.3 firmware version.
Apple released iOS 9.3 with new features in March. The company soon pulled iOS 9.3 version for a number of devices because it caused Activation problem for older iPhone and iPad models. Then Apple presented iPad 2 iOS 9.3 update without the bug however iPhone 4s – 5s and some other users still cannot install this firmware because the updated version is not available for download.
It looks like Apple mobile browser Safari is broken in iOS 9.3 version. Users keep saying they are not able to open links present in apps. This causes their iPhone or iPad browser to freeze or crash.
Broken Safari after iOS update is not a new issue. Apple had such a bug in the past and fixed it by presenting a minor upgrade. This is what could happen this weekend or next week. The Cupertino-based company could unveil iOS 9.3.1 version, for example, which solves the bugs with Safari browser.
Looking for iOS 9.3 for older iPhone? Users should know that Apple pulled this update for some models soon after public release. You can still download iOS 9.3 through direct links. However iPod touch 5G, some iPhone and iPad owners are no longer able to update via iTunes or through OTA-update. Here is why.
iOS 9.3 update not available to iPhone 5s, iPhone 4s, iPhone 5c and iPhone 5 owners. A number of tablet device users cannot install iOS 9.3 for a while either. The list includes iPad 2, iPad minim, iPad 3, iPad mini 2 and iPad 4 models.
Apple pulled the update on its own. This happened because a lot of users who hurried to install iOS 9.3 as soon as it was released to public came across an issue. They were not able to activate the iDevice right after installation. Having problems with iPhone, iPod touch and iPad is not pleasant and thus the Cupertino-based giant quickly pulled the update to find a fix.
Apple will soon present updated iOS 9.3 version for users who suffered from the bug. If you cannot activate your device and got stuck at the Activation screen while trying to set up your iOS 9.3 gadget – wait till the company presents a fix.
If you have iPhone 4s – 5s you are not advised to install iOS 9.3 right now. If you decide to download ipsw file and install firmware manually through iTunes – you will get error that states that your gadget ‘isn’t eligible for the requested build.’
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 126.96.36.199 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.
Finally Apple released a real iPhone error 53 fix. A lot of users suffered from this problem that appeared once they repaired the iPhone 6 / 6s / 6 Plus / 6s Plus at unauthorized shop. The Cupertino-based giant released a new mobile firmware update and once you install it on the handset you should solve the problem with error 53.
Users who have iPhone 5s and earlier models didn’t have the issue because their gadget has no Touch ID option. Apple assured that its phones have to include only authorized parts. Still the company found a way how to fix error 53 without switching smartphones.
Users with the bricked device have to download iOS 9.2.1 update. Apple offers iOS 9.2.1 version 13D20 and this is what has to help you. Follow the guide and get your handset to work again.
How to Fix Bricked iPhone Caused by Error 53
Step 1. Update iTunes to the most recent version on your computer.
Step 2. Use USB cable to plug bricked iPhone 6 / 6s to your PC or Mac.
Step 3. iTunes will see the bricked phone.
Step 4. Choose iPhone in the iTunes menu and be very attentive.
Step 5. You have to hard restart [force reset] the iPhone. You can mange this by clicking-holding your Power or Sleep / Wake button. Keep holding this button and at the same time press Home button. Wait for your screen to enter reboot state and show Apple logo.
Step 6. Once the gadget has restarted you should choose Restore iPhone option on iTunes. Note that this way you’ll delete all information from the gadget. If you don’t want to wipe your data you should hold Shift [Alt / Option] depending whether you have Windows or Mac computer and choose Check for Update feature. You’ll have to download iOS 9.2.1 build 13D20 ipsw file beforehand and save on your computer and point to this file.
Step 7. Choose Download and Install – Agree to Terms and Conditions and wait for iTunes to upgrade your iPhone mobile firmware to version that fixes brick error 53.
Late January a lot of iOS and Mac OS X users kept experiencing the same Safari browser bug [you can also fix bugs with App Store]. It kept crashing and Apple had to find and present Safari crashing bug fix. If you were among many iOS device owners who couldn’t use Safari this week – you can now solve the issue and continue using the browser as you regularly did.
According to reports, the fix to Safari iOS bug is centered around Safari Suggestions. This option caused the application to carsh on iOS 9 iPhones and Mac machines. The problem occurred when users were searching for anything using the address bar of their gadget.
Fix to Mac OS X Safari Problem / iPhone Bug
According to Apple, it successfully fixed the problem [if you are aware of any iOS 9 problems you can report them to Apple using this Report iOS 9 Bugs guide]. It is also believed that users got this unpleasant situation in early am hours as later the issue was gone. If you use your Safari Suggestions feature now you should have no bugs.
Experts who were keeping an eye on this widespread problem [not too many gadgets actually suffered from it still the bug got much attention] believe that it is alleviated right now. Hopefully you get no bugs like this on iPhone / iPad or Mac.
2015 was a year of many bugs, problems and issues for Apple. The company’s website kept being off once in a while [mostly during new product releases], it had to update software to solve bugs and quickly develop new iOS firmware version to fight with hackers who were jailbreaking iPhone, iPad and iPod touch.
Apple Music issues are noticed this week by users. Those Mac and PC owners who are trying to connect to Music using iTunes fail and get Apple Music server error. What is happening?
It looks like the bug bothers users from all over the world. Reports come from different users who have the same problem. A lot of subscribers are asked to subscribe to Apple Music when they are trying to launch this application. Many experience the issue with app quitting for them.
There are also reports about bag music streaming experience. When some users try to play songs they can only hear one title while other tunes show server errors. Similar issues occur on computers, Macs and PCs. Both OS X and Windows platforms get different errors along with iPhone and iPad devices.
Have you had any Apple Music issues iOS 9 this week? It’s curious that most problems occur to Apple servers when the company releases a new gadget upgrade or updates its platforms to new version that offer major changes to users. This time the errors are not connect to the new product launch still there are so many notes about Music application crashing, bugging, accounts get ‘lost,’ act crazy.
Users can’t listen to music and this looks frustrating to them. Apple should respond to the problems because they are discussed everywhere on the web. Hopefully the iPhone maker fixes everything as soon as possible.
If you are planning to add your application or upgrade the current app – remember about iTunes Connect holiday shutdown 2015 schedule. Every year this service goes on holidays and this year is not an exception to the rule set up by Apple years ago.
When will iTunes connect offline message appear? When won’t you be able to send the new and update top iOS 9 applications to have them added to the App Store? The famous Cupertino-based giant informed all developers about iTunes Connect holiday closure 2015 dates.
This year the service will got offline on December 22nd. It will be shutdown until December 29th. Expect it to work again on December 30th. This is not surprising at all. If you wanted to offer an update – you still have plenty of time to submit it for review. Just plan your release schedule as well and don’t hurry to do anything between Dec. 22 and 29.
Is iTunes Connect not working? Remember to reread this post when you get this message in the end of December. Christmas is the family holiday and you are able to offer update right before Christmas as there is enough time to schedule it for the days when the service will be officially offline.
It is curious how popular the App Store is these days. The ‘fruit’ giant already reported that it managed to cross 100 billion application downloads. The revenues have also increased by at least 25 percent.
Mac users had problems with downloading apps from the Apple stores lately. The company emailed application developers and explained the current Mac App Store authentications issues a lot of people have to face. Will there be a fix and when? Keep on reading.
We already shared with you the news about Mac applications being damaged due to authentication issues. Some of the popular and not so popular programs simply don’t open on Macs and users try various fix while nothing really helps that much. According to the letter Apple sent to registered devs, Store Mac-authentication problems will be fixed in the future OS X upgrade. This means the problem is with software.
What does it also mean is you can’t do really much about the bug if you experience once but there is a fix shared through Twitter:
The copy of email received from Apple was published by one developer who stands behind a number of programs, including Watermarker 2 and Thumbtack and shared via Twitter. The bug is related to the old Mac App Store certificate expiration. As noted by Apple, users who wish to get rid of the problem can clear their system cache. For now this solution should work.
Developers who were using older OpenSSL versions that do not offer the SHA-2 certificate [it was released this fall] support should know that Apple replaced it with SHA-1 certificate this week. However the company says its AppleCare support team is also aware of the problem and can assist any user or developer who contacts the company.
While most problems are fixed with the certificate update, there is a number of Mac applications that could fail verification and their developers can fix this by following the Receipt Validation Programming Guide offered by the ‘fruit’ company.