If you’re not able to restore or update your iPhone or iPad because iTunes cannot recognize it then you will have to put your device in recovery mode.
One of the issues that seems to be plaguing some iPhone and iPad users especially with iOS 7 or later, is the Wi-Fi toggle in the Settings app is grayed out or dimmed, which prevents them from enabling it, and connecting to Wi-Fi networks. It also results in getting the “Wi-Fi not available” error message when you access Control Center.
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 discussion threads on Apple support forums, iPhone 5s users are reporting random reboots following a BSOD when they use Apple’s iWorks apps.
We’re seeing a number of our readers reporting activation error, it is most probably because you had installed iOS 7 beta 6, which expires on October 6, which means it has probably expired or will shortly expiry depending on your timezone.
Have you noticed issues with Gmail push notifications over ActiveSync on your iPhone for the last few days? For example: mails don’t arrive for hours at a time and then you get them suddenly in one go.
Yesterday, Google released an update for Chrome app (version: 25.0.1364.86) for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch that makes it easier to search and share content.
Now that the evasi0n jailbreak for devices running iOS 6.1/6.0 is out, a lot of you folks are experimenting with your iOS devices by installing tweaks, changing themes and doing all sorts of tinkering. Unfortunately due to the lack of a jailbreak since such a long time, developers haven’t got a lot of time to ensure their tweaks work without any glitches on iOS 6.x, which means that installing certain tweaks could result in undesirable behaviour like crashes or even endless reboot cycles.
Either through fat fingers, an errant Bluetooth keyboard, or a complete brain fart, sometimes we not only get the passcode to our device wrong, but we get completely locked out. Apple gives us 6 tries before you get a time-based cooling off period, but eventually if you keep trying (and failing) your device is disabled. What then? Well, the solutions are easy, but the most important thing is planning ahead to lessen the pain. Because all the solutions have a certain degree of “ouch” factor to them.