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Don't update to iOS 10 yet *FIXED*

According to Technobuffalo.com “iPhones have been getting bricked from the recent update” [1]. I have had iOS 10 on my iPhone 6s since the public beta. I watch a lot of youtube and netflix on my phone and the only issue I have had is the phone dying when I'm at 20-30% while streaming. Anyone else having this issue with the new update? 

 

Update 9/14 - "Apple has issued an official statement saying it’s already resolved the issue. The company claims it only affected a “small number of users” in the first hour that iOS 10 was available" [1]

 

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[1] J. Kleinman, "iOS 10 is bricking iPhones, don’t update yet!," 13 Sep 2016. [Online]. Available: http://www.technobuffalo.com/2016/09/13/ios-10-bricking-iphones/. [Accessed 13 Sep 2016].

 

 

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My school said that they weren't going to update thier iPads because of that

 

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the bug is limited to users who have downloaded the 10.0 update whenever the 10.0.1 update is available. (it runs into a verification issue)

 

if your phone downloaded the 10.0 update via OTA then don't finish the update process, use iTunes so you don't brick it. 

 

If it downloaded the 10.0.1 update, then all is well. 

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@GhostT2K please include a quote from that article

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Personally, I'm not surprised there's issues... Apple's quality control seems to have been on the decline since Jobs "left", and the fact they didn't have this ready to ship with the iPhone 7 suggests they rushed it and still missed the deadline by a bit.

 

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It doesn't affect iTunes updates though, it's only the OTA:

 

http://www.macrumors.com/2016/09/13/ios-10-update-bricking-iphones-and-ipads/

 

This isn't a hard brick as well, it's a soft brick you can recover using iTunes.

 

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I like to live dangerously. Gonna update.

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I've had iOS 10 on my 5s since the public beta, but it never died.

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50 minutes ago, Ryan_Vickers said:

Personally, I'm not surprised there's issues... Apple's quality control seems to have been on the decline since Jobs "left", and the fact they didn't have this ready to ship with the iPhone 7 suggests they rushed it and still missed the deadline by a bit.

They did have it ready to ship, the GM version of 10.0.1 was available since the 7th, which is how it has always been. (without the .0.1)

I can't comment on Q.A/Quality Control though. 

 

But thankfully it doesn't fully brick and it can be restored through iTunes. 

But no concern to me seeing as I hate using iOS without my jailbreak, so I wont be updating because by the time a jailbreak comes out for iOS 10 I probably would have switched to a Note 7. 

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Is it just me or is this becoming a trend with iphone launches? Didn't iOS 8 also do this?

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57 minutes ago, Valermos said:

I like to live dangerously. Gonna update.

 

Installing it now. See you on the other side or in line @ Apple care.

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22 minutes ago, Valermos said:

 

Installing it now. See you on the other side or in line @ Apple care.

Did you dieded?

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1 hour ago, Ryan_Vickers said:

@GhostT2K please include a quote from that article

To comply with the tech news guidelines :)

 

 

Personally, I'm not surprised there's issues... Apple's quality control seems to have been on the decline since Jobs "left", and the fact they didn't have this ready to ship with the iPhone 7 suggests they rushed it and still missed the deadline by a bit.

 

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Yes it does. I've notified terrible issues with iOS 8 on my iPad Air (A7, one gen behind A8 which was top back then) and my 6s+ has been suttering on iOS 9.1 and above until 9.3.3. That is stable for me so far. 

 

Also the main problem is that there's no jailbreak

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21 minutes ago, Matu20 said:

Did you dieded?

I lived! lol!

 

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2 minutes ago, Valermos said:

I lived! lol!

 

iPhone 6 Plus, installed without a hitch.

Had me worried there, I'm glad.

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I just updated my 6 plus through iTunes, and my phone actually seems to run faster...lol. I thought it was supposed to run slower when you update.

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Updated my 6S OTA. No issues whatsoever. Update done in less than 20 minutes. I'm loving the new widget screen so far..

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Just watched EVPAP video on this topic, some users claim its patched and he claims there should be a micro patch for the likes of it tomorrow.

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upgrade with itunes and you'll be fine

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