Apple will change the flash memory controllers iPhone 6 Plus, to solve the problem of cyclical rebooting smartphones




Recently, it was reported that some users 128-gigabyte iPhone 6 Plus complain cyclic rebooting the phone and constant system failures . Moreover, the majority of users claim that problems arise only when the device is mounted on a large number of applications. According Businesskorea, cause of the problem is hidden in the defective flash memory controllers. Apple has reportedly decided to switch to an alternative technology to solve problems in the smartphone.


According to sources, the reason for malfunction iPhone 6 Plus is a three-level flash memory controllers, which are cheaper than single-level (SLC) and multi-level (MLC) cells and inferior to them in the speed of reading and writing data. Using TLC NAND 128-gigabyte version of the iPhone 6 Plus has allowed Apple to cut costs.

Some experts believe that the use of TLC NAND in the iPhone 6 Plus is aimed at reducing costs and these chips before installing passed very strict testing procedure. Whatever it was, Apple decided to switch completely to technology MLC NAND, writes the Korean edition. New batch of 128 GB planshetofonov will only go out with this type of memory. For current users of problem solving model is to bring them back to Apple and replaced by others.

According to the owners of a 128-gigabyte iPhone 6 Plus, reboot occur in vehicles, the number of applications exceeds 1,000. “And do not tell me that I have to limit myself – my iPhone 5c normally cope with this amount of applications!” – Complains forum Apple one of disgruntled users. Another says that the smartphone for $ 999 simply must cope with any load.

Apple has not commented on reports of malfunctions iPhone 6 Plus.

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