Apple fixes link issue in Safari with iOS 9.3.1 release




Apple has released version 9.3.1 of the iOS operating system. The main change is to solve a newly discovered problem, which left in the Safari browser could not be opened and could provide lockups.

Owners of an iPad or iPhone with iOS 9 reported Thursday night that they received in the update, including at Gathering of Tweakers. The software is about 35MB in size and according to Apple, only one bug fixed it. Further changes will not mention. According to the manufacturer, could be a device on iOS no longer fixed to walk when you click on a link in Safari or other apps. The first experiences show that the problem seems to be really resolved.

The software flaw in iOS 9 last week was discovered . Then let multiple users know that iOS log files indicate that crashes Shared Web Credentials Daemon when you open Safari links on devices with the problem. So it seems that the flaw is in this part of the software, though Apple has offered no details.


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