Yet another iOS 9.3 bug transpires, which Sprint is ‘working quickly to fix’
Apple’s “most stable” new software release “in years”? Please, iOS 9.3 has been riddled with the oddest bugs since day one, and while its first sub-point maintenance update managed to mend a few system flaws, at least another remains unfixed.
What’s really infuriating is iPhone users on Sprint have been complaining both online and directly to the carrier about erratic connectivity for over a week now, and it took the Now Network all this time to even acknowledge the problem.
They say an error confessed is half forgiven, but of course, Sprint needs to actually roll out a carrier-specific fix in addition to apologizing for the “inconvenience” and pointing the obvious. Yes, the iPhones of many of the service provider’s customers are “having data connection issues with the recent software update”, which is a bit of an understatement.
Apparently, 4G LTE support is absent from plagued devices altogether, and 3G speeds is the best they can do, whether it’s iOS 9.3 or 9.3.1 they’re running. Technically, we’re not talking crashes here either, but no matter if this is Apple or Sprint’s fault (or if the two share the blame), we’re looking at more proof there’s no such thing as a glitch-free operating system.