Apple has bound a bug in a Family Sharing complement that prevented some iOS and iPadOS apps from opening. The bug led to iOS users removing an blunder indicating that an app was “no longer being common with you” and destined them to buy a app from a App Store.
Apple has now resolved a bug that influenced iPhone and iPad apps over a final weekend, reports TechCrunch. Several iOS users progressing reported that they were saying dozens of tentative app updates for their iOS devices.
Some of them even saw as many as 100-plus new updates to install. The bug impacted apps such as Audible.com, Discord, Facebook, WhatsApp, and YouTube, among others.
Even before Apple worked to repair a bug, some users found that they could solve it by deletion and redownloading specific apps. Apple reliable a problem has now been resolved for all influenced customers.
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