IOS 10.2.1 leads to abnormal Touch ID?

IOS function user equipment

tengxun· 2017-02-04 16:18:47

Apple Push iOS 10.2 has been widely praised by users, and some people even said that the stability of iOS and brought back to the 10.2. However, Apple announced in last month's iOS 10.2.1 seems to come up with new problems. Wei Feng network news, "said in a report in the Journal of Forbes" day before, currently has more than Apple users in the social platform and technical support in the community about iOS apple 10.2.1 after a series of problems caused by the upgrade, these problems include:

not the normal use of equipment on the Touch ID function, not the normal use of Bluetooth device the brightness of the screen, equipment abnormal equipment, increase in power consumption (even open flight mode) and so on.

" according to some domestic users revealed that users with iOS by 10.2.1 impact device to Apple authorized repair center after detection, the result is Touch ID failure, a fantastic. Up to now, Apple has not sent technical staff to explain these new issues, but there is no more effective solution. In the apple voice before, we recommend that you think best in upgrading iOS 10.2.1.

in accordance with the previous history of the law, if the scope of the larger impact of the failure of iOS 10.2.1, Apple will soon release an upgrade patch. Perhaps from the beginning of next Tuesday, we can see that the new version of the Beta contains a fix for these problems.

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