New Bug Found On Latest iOS 4.3.2 Release
Just two days after Apple’s launch of iOS 4.3.2, a release designed to fix bugs in the 4.3.1 edition, we already found a new bug in the operating system!
I can’t imagine the frustration of this iPhone 4 user when he said, “I updated my iPhone 4 to iOS 4.3.2 but this resulted in being asked to restore my iPhone to factory settings due to a problem. The update seems to have worked and have regained everything I lost after syncing my phone. The problem now is that my iPhone won’t charge, either by power socket or by USB via my MacBook. The MacBook doesn’t seem to recognise the charging cable (the official one that came with the iPhone) and I was sometimes getting on screen messages saying such when trying to charge the iPhone. The iPhone now has no charge at all so I am completely lost. I hope someone out there can help as I really don’t have the time to go to my local Apple store for them to only send off the phone to be repaired and be left phoneless. Thanks in advance everyone.”
The same individual hooked up his power cable to a friend’s iPhone to make sure the cable wasn’t dead, and it wasn’t. I haven’t bought or used Apple products since 2003 for the software and hardware bugs I found back then, and it is times like these that I am sure I made the right decision. Although, I will admit that I know a few friends that claim they’ve never had any hardware issues with Apple, but that has not been the case with me.