T-Mobile iPhone 6 buyers complain of buggy experience
According to a report found this morning, a “growing number” of T-Mobile customers are experiencing technical glitches with their Apple iPhones. Some users are said to have complained about having their devices restart itself abnormally and getting turning to the dreaded “blue screen of death” while doing important stuff.
Here’s an excerpt from one of the users’ complaints:
Hey guys. So this morning my iPhone 6 (4 months old) started just randomly restarting itself every 20-30 minutes or so. I wasn’t even using it most of the time, it was in my pocket at work (could tell because of lock screen that indicated I needed to enter my pin after a restart as opposed to finger ID). At one point I was texting my SO about it, the screen turned blue for maybe 2 seconds and it restarted.
A contributor at popular micro-blogging site, Reddit, also posted:
Several times today, my iphone has randomly flashed blue and rebooted. A quick search reveals a whole lot of users experiencing this problem as of today, and they all seem to be on T-Mobile. Anyone know what the issue is?
Apple has not yet come out to swiftly respond to the matter just like they responded to Taylor Swift’s love letter, however, a T-Mobile tech support guy says the problems might have arisen from RAM issues.
Many users are also reported to have fixed the problem by forcing a hard reset on their smartphones.
The cause has been identified and a fix has been outed for the issue.
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