Over the past months, the users of iPhone 6, 6s, 6 Plus and Plus 6s have had to deal with a problem that causes your devices to turn off unexpectedly, a problem that Apple now says that it has dealt with successfully in the latest update of iOS 10.2.1, launched to the public on January 23.
In a statement picked up by TechCrunch, Apple says that upgrading to IOS 10.2.1 has resulted in a reduction of eighty percent of the problems that flowed 6s in the unexpected shutdown of the iPhone and a reduction of the same sudden shutdown of seventy percent of the iPhone problem 6 and 6 Plus.
10.2.1 IOS, Apple introduced improvements to reduce cases of unexpected shutdowns that a small number of users were experiencing with your iPhone. 10.2.1 iOS already has more than 50% of active updated IOS devices and diagnostic data that we have received from improvements made shows for this small percentage of users who experience the shutdown problem, we are seeing a reduction of more than 80% on the iPhone 6s and a reduction of more than 70% on the iPhone 6. We have also added the ability to reset the phone without connecting to a power source when a user he nevertheless to an unexpected shutdown. It is important to note that these unexpected shutdowns are not a security issue, but we understand that it can be a problem and we wanted to solve the problem as soon as possible. If a customer has a problem with your device you can put in touch with AppleCare.
The Cupertino-based company is recommended users experiencing unexpected start-ups on their iPhone devices 6 or 6s must upgrade your operating system to iOS 10.2.1 if they have not done so already.