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The bug that allowed users to eavesdrop on anyone who could be put into a Group FaceTime call is finally patched up in the latest iOS update.
A Reddit thread is growing with the confusion of dozens of OnePlus 6T owners wondering why their batteries have started choking out faster this week.
Apple originally put out the update on Monday, then tweaked it and re-released it on Thursday. All the while, iPhone owners have been complaining.
There are problems in some variants of the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 that have to do with its camera app, but a fix is on the way
The solution for all current bugs in your iPhone Xs and iPhone Xs Max is here with the software update of iOS 12.0.1 that's now available
We might see some changes in the AirPower wireless charging mat according to the information in a new report that explains its delay
Samsung Gear smartwatches are having issues with beta versions of Android 9.0 Pie, but we have heard that the solution is close
Those with older iPhones are being advised to turn off location services and keep Wi-Fi on. Replacing the battery might not matter.
The official OnePlus forums have been inundated over the past week or so with complaints of fast OnePlus 6 battery drains after the OxygenOS 5.1.8 update.
Instead of having to wait for an app to maybe un-freeze itself or maybe crash once and for all, Android P will just shut it down. Why? Learn more about this double-edged sword.
If you own an iPhone 8 with a "non-genuine" replacement display that stopped working after updating to iOS 11.3, the iOS 11.3.1 patch should fix your problem.
No reason has been given for the delay and it's not clear what troubles lie for those who have already received the OTA. But it's all news to users.
It's an annoying vanity bug that made its way into a triple-A, big-money ad for the iPhone X's Face ID feature. And it gets edited like this.
If your hot new Galaxy S9 or S9+ doesn't respond to touch, presenting smaller or larger display "dead zones", you should know Samsung is already investigating the issue.
It's a minor bug for sure, but it just doesn't look right — especially for it being part of a feature highlight in a very expensive advertisement.
It causes iPhone crashes and locked users out of their favorite messaging apps. Apple seems to have figured out what's going on, though.
Complaints are racking up on Reddit and the Pixel User Community and there's yet to be a resolution to it. There is a hack that's been suggested to fix it.
Consider uninstalling and than reinstalling the Home app on your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch. It might need a good refresh in its scenes and accessories.
A "limited number" of unexpected Galaxy S8 and S8+ reboots after the official Oreo update made Samsung stop the rollout to "investigate the issue internally."
iOS 12 can't come soon enough, as the already bug-ridden iOS 11 exhibits weird and glitchy behavior again if your iPhone receives a message with a specific Indian symbol.
HTC says that these updates went out earlier, but plenty of complaints have come onto social media saying that they haven't got the official updates.
Apple is focusing on quality assurance in its software updates and has reduced the number of features that would've been in iOS 12... but here's one of note.
Apple is finally looking into complaints from a relatively small number of iPhone X users unable to see who is calling them when they should.