Hacker News has uncovered an unusual bug in the iOS app that prevents users from accessing a new iOS 8.2 version, even though it’s already available to download and install.
The bug appears to be affecting a handful of iOS apps, including a new, highly touted app called iBeacon, which provides information about nearby Wi-Fi networks.
While it appears to only be affecting iOS 8 users in certain regions, the problem is reportedly affecting some iPhone users, including some who are in China, India, and Brazil.
iOS 8.3 was released on September 16, just three days after the iPhone 6s and 6s Plus were released.
It was released in response to a new round of iPhone 6/6s/6 Plus shortages that affected some of the world’s largest companies.
While Apple did not provide details about the bug, it’s clear that the problem affects some users in China and India.
Apple is still working to resolve the problem and will continue to update users to iOS 8 as soon as possible.
The bug affects iOS 8, which will include many improvements and features, but it’s unclear whether the same bug will affect all users, or only some.
Apple has released a fix for the issue, and the company is working on a fix to all existing iPhone 6 and 6/2s users, according to a statement from iBeacons.
“We’re actively working on addressing the issue as quickly as possible and will update everyone to iOS8 as soon a fix is available,” Apple said in the statement.
While it’s possible that the iPhone bug may only affect a select group of users, it appears that the bug has caused serious problems for millions of users in several different countries.
In a report by MacRumors, a user identified as “Ragga” from the United Kingdom described an email from Apple that he received when he upgraded to iOS 10.3.1:Apple is currently investigating the issue and the user has been told that he can contact Apple support, who will respond to him within a day.
Apple did add in a statement to MacRumor that it will continue “to roll out updates to all users as quickly and as frequently as possible.”
Apple previously released a bug fix for a similar bug that caused an outage in July, which affected users in Australia, Canada, China, Germany, India and Mexico.
More to come.