The Touch ID is great when it works, but a number of iPhone 5s users have complained that the fingerprint sensor fails to recognise the correct print on the first try. If youâ€™re facing these accuracy issues, you can follow this simple tip to improve Touch ID on your iPhone 5s.
Yesterday, Apple acknowledged thatÂ a manufacturing issue is affecting some iPhone 5s units that causes shortened battery life and longer charging times. The company said that it will be reaching out to customers with these defective units and issuing replacements.
A few weeks after the iPhone 5s went on sale, people started noticing that its motion sensors on the device areÂ significantly miscalibrated, and report erroneous motion related data to apps. The iPhone 5 on the other hand, running the same software, reported correct readings, narrowing down the problem to the hardware.
iPhone 5s users are reporting that they’re getting the “Blue Screen of Death (BSOD)” error, a problem that ironically plagued older Windows PCs.
According to the discussionÂ threads on Apple support forums, iPhone 5s users are reporting random reboots following a BSOD when they use Apple’s iWorks apps.
Apple doesn’t seem to be having a good time with their online services lately.
MacRumors reports that Appleâ€™s activation servers are down again, which means that users who have just bought or restored their iPhone or any other iOS device with cellular service may face problems activating their device.
Yesterday, Google released an update for Chrome appÂ (version: 25.0.1364.86) for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch that makes it easier to search and share content.