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IOS 9 can block mobile internet on iPhones by overwriting APN – update
Apple’s latest mobile operating system, iOS nine, can cause the iPhone to block mobile internet. Reported include Ziggo Thursday. This is due to the fact that the installation of IOS 9 ensures that private APN will be overwritten.
Ziggo makes the problem publicized via Twitter. In addition, it sends SMS messages to customers where the nine reports that iOS can cause connectivity problems. IPhone users flicked Tweakers all that they have problems with mobile internet since updating their device to the latest iOS version.
While Ziggo reports that customers of other providers also contend with the bug, that is the question. Ziggo operates on the Vodafone network, but Vodafone indicates that there have been forwarded to the carrier signals from customers about the problem facing Tweakers.
Vodafone does say that Apple has informed that can be overwritten when installing iOS nine private APN’s. In particular, companies that use. By overwriting the mobile Internet access may actually be blocked confirms Vodafone.
Vodafone will inform business customers and their end users who touch this possible directly via SMS text message. “Regular business customers and consumers can use a standard APN and can without problems downloading iOS nine,” said Vodafone.
Apple has to know Ziggo and Vodafone to work on a solution. Overwriting private APN’s is the second bump in a short time since the release of Apple’s operating system. The first took place when iOS appeared Wednesday. Due to the traffic on the servers, an error message could occur, so that the upgrade could not be performed.
IOS 9 includes among other things the Apple Proactive Assistant Siri. Which has automatic suggestions to users and remind them of appointments. In addition, the assistant calls in e-mails can automatically put in the agenda. Also new is the News app, which aggregates messages and articles from news organizations.
Update, 22:00 – Vodafone confirms that it has received no indications from customers about the problem. The article has been adjusted accordingly.Viewing:-135
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