New Apple Advertisement Shows A Bug In iOS 11 - Update
News

iOS 11 Bugs Are Now Starts Showing Up In Apple Ads

New Apple Advertisement Shows A Bug In iOS 11

iOS 11 Bugs Are Now Starts Showing Up In Apple Ads

Apple seems to permanently stuck with minor iOS 11 bugs, but this time it is unexpected. You must have seen the latest advertisement from Apple flaunting the iPhone X's Face ID feature. Along with the face recognizing unlocking feature the ad also displays a little bug in the iOS 11. The text from the iMessage was spotted a little out from the animated notification bubble in the advertisement.

You may have missed it, don't worry we also missed the bug as it happened very quickly and all we were noticing was the Face ID feature. The flaw was very small to be noticed but being aired on the advertisement by the company like Apple comes with a little shock. However, this is not the first time that iOS 11 has been spotted with minor bugs. Apple has been facing these issues since the launch of the latest iOS version. This includes showing misaligned text in the App Store, few UI problems in the music app and screen rotation issues.

The bug was first spotted by Benjamin Mayo, a writer for 9to5Mac, he also filed a reported the bug to Apple months ago. He said that he was shocked after watching the add and noticing that bug was still there in the commercial.

Compare to other iOS bugs that were causing bigger issues to these flaws are very minor and Apple can fix them anytime. The iOS 11 was continuously showing bugs that made Apple push its updates even earlier than expected. The iPhone maker released iOS 11.2.5, which was accused of draining the iPhone’s battery by the users. Afterward, the company made available the iOS 11.3 to improve the battery health and giving users authority to undo the iPhone’s performance throttle.

For the instance, Apple is focusing to improve the stability an improved performance bugs in iOS 12 which it may officially announce at WWDC 2018. In addition, the tech giant has put some of its major iOS updates on hold and working to fix software bugs in the operating system.

Tanya <span>Editor In Chief</span>
Written By
Tanya Editor In Chief

She is a content marketer and has more than five years of experience in IoT, blockchain, Web, and mobile development. In all these years, she closely followed the app development, and now she writes about the existing and the upcoming mobile app technologies. Her essence is more like a ballet dancer.

News

China to Take User Consent for Data Tracking Through Apps

4 min read  

In a bid to tighten the screws around user privacy, China is planning to follow something similar to the European Union’s guidelines around apps. These guidelines are designed to keep a close track of apps like TikTok and others, that track user behavior. The new move around China's data p

News

Why Uber is Sued by Australian Cab Drivers?

4 min read  

To add to Uber’s woes ahead of the company’s much-anticipated IPO, Australian Uber drivers launched a class-action lawsuit over lost wages against the ridesharing platform. The lawsuit was filed on behalf of 6,000 Australian Uber drivers and it alleges the popular tech company is using u

News

Google Made These 28 Paid Apps Free in Google Play Store Sale For Limited Time

4 min read  

It seems like the sale of mobile apps is getting more trendy than we thought. The weekend is around the corner and Google again puts some of the apps on discounts and also gave heavy discounts on some others. Today we have found these popular paid mobile apps which are totally free for the limited t

News

Steps To Install AppValley App Installer On Your iPhone

4 min read  

Joining the long and growing list of third-party app installers is AppValley. With tons of iOS apps, modified and tweaked apps and games, Cydia tweaks and a whole lot more on offer, AppValley has support for Android as well as iOS and is completely free to use. Get all the details right here.How