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16 Common iOS 10 Problems & How to Fix Them



iOS 10 problems continue to plague many iPhone, iPad and iPod touch users as we push deeper into 2018. If you run into an iOS 10 issue on your device try a fix from this list before taking your device down to your local Apple Store.

Apple’s iOS 10 operating system is stable for many users, but problems are frustrating iOS 10.3.2 and iOS 10.3.3 users and those on older versions of iOS 10. This shouldn’t come as much of a surprise.

iOS updates, even updates that go through Apple’s beta process, are always riddled with problems. Problems with apps, services, and performance are extremely common.

Apple won’t release any more iOS 10 updates which means those of you with an older iPhone, iPad, or iPod model are on your own.

If your device is compatible with iOS 11, you can try upgrading to Apple’s current operating system. Devices that are compatible with iOS 11 are also compatible with iOS 12. Apple’s iOS 12 update comes with various performance improvements.

If you’re stuck on iOS 10 or you simply don’t want to upgrade at this time, this guide will show you how to fix most common iOS 10 problems. If you’re noticing extreme battery drain, an issue with Bluetooth, or abnormal lag, take a look at our list before you schedule an appointment with an Apple Genius.

How to Fix iOS 10 Installation Problems

Installation problems plague every single iOS update.

The most common installation issue is one where the download/installation process gets stuck/frozen. A number of prospective iOS 10 users already encountered this problem and we expect the issue to be a problem throughout the iOS 10 update’s lifespan.

Fortunately, there’s a very simple fix that should jumpstart the installation process on your iPhone, iPad and/or iPod touch.


If your iOS 10 download gets stuck, hold down the home button and the power button (volume down and power button on the iPhone 7/iPhone 7 Plus) at the same time to perform a reset. Your device should power down automatically within 10 seconds.

It will then turn itself back on and you should be able to get through the iOS 10 download/installation process.

How to Fix iOS 10 Bluetooth Problems

Bluetooth problems are among the most common iOS issues and we’ve already seen a ton of complaints about iOS 10 Bluetooth issues.

iOS 10 users are reporting broken Bluetooth connections with speakers, headsets, and Bluetooth audio in the car. These problems can be a bit tricky to fix but we do have some remedies that should dislodge the issue(s), at least temporarily.

First, try forgetting your Bluetooth connection. To forget a Bluetooth connection on your device go to Settings > Bluetooth > Select your connection using the circular blue i tab > Tap Forget this Device. After this is complete, try reconnecting.

If you still can’t connect, it’s time to take more drastic measures. First, try resetting your device’s network settings. To do that, go to Settings > General > Reset > Reset Network Settings. It will take a few seconds to complete and your device will forget known Bluetooth devices. Reconnect and try again.

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If it’s still busted, reset all of your settings. This has worked for us and others in the past and it’s worth a shot if nothing is working.

To do this go to Settings > General > Reset > Reset All Settings. This will take a few minutes to complete and after it’s done your device’s settings will be restored to factory defaults. Make sure you have Wi-Fi passwords handy because your device will forget them.

If these steps fail you, consult the manual for your Bluetooth device, and if you need to, the manual for your car.

If you’re having issues with Bluetooth in your car and you can’t find a manual fix, you might need to bring it into a dealer/specialist to see if they can diagnose the problem. You might need to do more than forget Bluetooth networks.

How to Fix iOS 10 Battery Life Problems

Surprise, surprise. Some iOS 10 owners are running into battery life problems after installing the latest update. Battery life problems are among the most common iOS problems and they will plague iOS 10 users for months to come.

If you’re seeing iOS 10 battery life issues and you just downloaded iOS 10, wait a few days before doing anything major. It sometimes takes a couple of days for new updates to settle in.


If for some reason you notice abnormal battery drain on your iPhone or iPad after two days or so, it’s time to take action.

We’ve put together a list of fixes for common iOS 10 battery life problems. These fixes have worked for us and many others and they’re worth a look if you want to fix the problem from your computer chair rather than at an Apple Store.

How to Fix iOS 10 Wi-Fi Problems

iOS 10 users are running into an assortment of problems with Wi-Fi. Here’s how you can try and fix broken Wi-Fi on iOS 10.

Before you start fiddling with iOS 10 and your settings, we recommend looking into your router/modem situation.

If you suddenly run into problems on a known network, try unplugging the router for a solid minute before plugging it back in.

You might also check to see if there is a firmware update though many routers will install updates automatically. Each router is different so you’ll need to consult your manual on how to do this.

If you can’t access the router or you’re positive it has nothing to do with it, it’s time to dig into iOS 10 on your device.


If you run into Wi-Fi problems on iOS 10 you’ll first want to forget the network causing you problems and try reconnecting to it. Go into your Settings > Wi-Fi > Select your connection > Tap Forget this Network at the top of the screen. Reconnect if you can and check speeds.

If this fails, it’s time to reset your network settings. To do this, head into Settings > General > Reset > Reset Network Settings.

It should only take a few seconds to complete though you’ll lose your known passwords. Make sure you have your Wi-Fi passwords handy before you do this.

If none of these fixes work for you, you can head here for some other potential fixes. Apple’s also got its own guide to Wi-Fi problems available so make sure to look there too.

How to Fix iOS 10 Touch ID Problems

If your Touch ID starts acting up after installing the iOS 10 update, don’t panic. Touch ID issues are extremely common and there are potential fixes for fingerprints not reading and issues with Touch ID in the App Store.

If your Touch ID suddenly stops working with iOS 10, the first thing to do is re-train your fingerprints. Make sure dirt and sweat are removed from the Touch ID sensor and that oil is removed from your hands. You want a nice clean print.

After that’s done go to Settings > Touch ID & Passcode > Enter your Passcode. On the next screen swipe from right to left on each fingerprint to delete them. When this is complete you can tap on Add a Fingerprint… to re-train your Touch ID.


If your iOS 10 Touch ID problems pertain to the App Store, here’s a possible fix. First go to Settings > Touch ID & Passcode > Enter your Passcode.

After that, turn off iTunes & App Store. Reboot your iPhone or iPad. Go back to Touch ID & Passcode in Settings and turn iTunes & App Store back on. This has fixed Touch ID issues for us, and others in the past.

If Touch ID stops working altogether, you can try resetting the phone by holding down the home button and the power button (volume down and power button on an iPhone 7/iPhone 7 Plus) for 10 seconds or until the phone restarts.

If that quick fix fails, you might want to try a factory reset. The instructions can be found at the bottom of this page. It’s a long process but its a known fix for major Touch ID problems.

How to Fix iOS 10 Cellular Data Problems

iOS 10 users are already complaining about cellular data problems and we expect complaints to pick up (as they always do) in the weeks ahead.

These, like Wi-Fi and Bluetooth issues, can be difficult to nail down and fix but there are a few remedies to try if you start experiencing trouble.

First, you’ll want to make sure your service provider isn’t experiencing an outage. Outages are common and you’ll want to check social media and your carrier’s website for details.

If you’re positive it’s not an outage, try restarting your device. Power it down and then power it back on to see if that helps.


If it doesn’t flip on Airplane Mode for 30 seconds before turning it off. Airplane Mode kills all connections on your device and this quick fix has settled cellular data issues for some users in the past.

We also recommend toggling off Cellular Data and/or LTE to see if that helps alleviate your problem. To shut LTE down temporarily, go into Settings > Cellular > Enable LTE > Off. Turn it back on when/if you need it.

To shut off Cellular Data completely without turning off any other services go to Settings > Cellular > Cellular Data > Toggle Off. Toggle it back on a 30 seconds later to see if things have improved.

How to Fix iOS 10 Touchscreen Problems

If your device’s screen stops responding with iOS 10 on board, you don’t need to head to an Apple Store. Yet.

Touchscreen issues are common and they can pop up at any time. If you start experiencing issues with iOS 10 and your device, take these steps.

If your iPhone/iPad’s screen stops responding to touches and swipes, you’ll want to hold down the power button and home button (volume down and power button on an iPhone 7/iPhone 7 Plus) at the same time. Your phone will reboot in a few seconds and the problems should be gone.

If it doesn’t work the first time, try it again until it works. In the past, its taken three hard reboots for touchscreen lag issues to disappear on our devices.

How to Fix iOS 10 App Problems

iOS 10 and some apps aren’t getting along. In some cases, developers are telling iPhone and iPad users to avoid the update completely until fixes can be found. Others have already rolled out support updates for Apple’s new software.

If you’re running into a problem with a third-party application, you’ll want to check to see if there is an iOS 10 support update lurking on the App Store.

There’s a good chance the developer’s issued an update that comes with iOS 10 features and fixes. Just make sure you read reviews from iOS 10 users before you install.

If you’re on the latest version and you’re running into issues you can’t fix, try reinstalling the application. Make sure all of your data is backed up before you do this.

If that doesn’t work, you’ll need to contact the developer and report the issue so that it can fix the problem in a future update.


If your problem is with an app download from the App Store, try restarting your device. If you’re connected to the internet and your app isn’t downloading, hold down the power button and home button (volume down and power button on an iPhone 7/iPhone 7 Plus) and restart your phone or tablet.

If the download is still stuck, rapidly tap “Update” on an app before the “Open” symbol appears. It might take 10 times or more for the download to get unstuck so you’ll need to be patient.

How to Improve iOS 10 Performance

If you are dealing with iOS 10 performance issues like lag, you’ll want to consult our list of tips to improve the fluidity of iOS.

If you’re experiencing stuttering when switching applications, try adjusting the click speed of the home button. To do that, head into Settings > General > Accessibility > Home Button.

These can be difficult to fix, particularly on older devices like the iPhone 5, and you might just have to bite the bullet and perform a factory reset.

If you’re dealing with unexpected shutdown issues on your iPhone 6s, you might be able to get a replacement from Apple. To determine if you’re eligible for a replacement, check Apple’s guide to see if you’re eligible.

We’ve also put together a list of tips to improve iOS 10 performance so take a look at those before you factory reset your device or take it into Apple.

How to Fix iOS 10 iMessage Problems

The iOS 10 update brings new features to the Messages app though many of the iOS 10 Messages problems we’re seeing are old and extremely common.

If Messages starts acting up in any way, we recommend shutting it off for a minute and turning it back on. Go into Settings > Messages > Toggle iMessage off then back on.

If you’re still having issues sending or receiving messages, restart your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch to see if that helps.

If it doesn’t, head into your settings and reset Network Settings. Head into Settings > General > Reset > Reset Network Settings. Have your Wi-Fi passwords handy because this will cause your device to forget them.

How to Fix iOS 10 Hey Siri Problems

If the “Hey Siri” feature stops working properly after you upgrade to the latest version of iOS 10 there are a few potential workarounds to try before contacting Apple support.

The first thing to do is to ensure that Hey Siri is turned on. To do that, head into Settings > Siri and make sure everything looks good.

If that doesn’t work, we’ve had luck turning Siri off, restarting our device, and then toggling Siri back on once the device reboots.

If that doesn’t help, try resetting all of your Settings. Head to Settings > General > Reset > Reset All Settings.

How to Fix iOS 10 Sound Problems

If you start noticing issues with sound (distortion, fuzziness, lack of sound, etc) here are a few things to try.

First, try a simple restart. Power down your iPhone or iPad and turn it back on to see if that helps. This has worked for us in the past.

We also recommend taking a peek at your speaker grille to make sure there isn’t any debris buildup causing the issue. If you notice something, carefully remove it and see if that improves your sound.

If none of that helps, try toggling Bluetooth off and on. If you’re experiencing the issue in a specific app, try downloading the latest update.

How to Fix iOS 10 PC or Mac Connection Issues

If you’re unable to connect your iOS 10-powered device to a Mac or PC running iTunes, don’t panic. There are a few known remedies for this problem.

First, make sure you’re running the latest version of iTunes. To do that, while in iTunes select the iTunes tab in the upper left corner and click About iTunes. The current version is 12.5.5. If you aren’t on that, download the latest update via the iTunes tab > Check for update.

If you are using a Mac, you must be running OS X 10.9.5 or later to support iTunes and iOS 10-powered devices.

If you are using a Windows PC and a firewall, take a look at this guide from Apple. The firewall might be blocking your sync.

How to Fix iOS 10 Raise to Wake Problems

iOS 10’s Raise to Wake feature is reportedly causing problems for some iPhone users. If you’re noticing issues with this popular function, here are a few potential remedies to try.

First, try toggling it off then on again. To do this, head into Settings > Display & Brightness and toggle Raise to Wake off. Turn it on again to see if that helps.

If that doesn’t help, restart your device.

How to Fix iOS 10 Landscape Issues

If your iPhone or iPad gets stuck in landscape mode, here’s how to get it unstuck.

First, try locking and unlocking your device. Hit the power button and then unlock your phone with your PIN or fingerprint to see if that helps.

If that doesn’t help, try restarting your iPhone or iPad. This will typically dislodge the problem.

If that doesn’t work you can try turning off Reduce Motion. To do that go to Settings > General > Accessibility and toggle Reduce Motion off.

How to Fix iOS 10 Random Reboots

If your phone or tablet starts randomly rebooting itself (it goes black for a second and then comes back, it goes black and you see the Apple logo, etc) here are a few potential fixes to try.

First, restart your phone. You can power it down via the power button or you might try holding down the power button and home button. If you’re using an iPhone 7 or iPhone 7 Plus hold down the volume down and power button.

If you’re still noticing random reboot issues, update your applications. If that doesn’t help you should download the latest version of iOS to see if that irons out your issues.

How to Fix iOS 10 Problems If Nothing Else Works

If your iOS 10 problem isn’t listed here or these fixes don’t help, there are a few other solutions we recommend.

If you want to continue to try and diagnose the problem from your chair, head to Apple’s discussion forums and ask for help. Just make sure you do it in the right place. If you’re unable to find a fix there, it’s time to take a more drastic approach.

You can try downgrading to a previous version of iOS to see if that improves performance. There’s no guarantee that it will but there’s also no guarantee that it won’t.

If you’re fed up and still don’t want to move from your chair, you can do a factory reset or restore from a backup.

A factory reset will wipe everything on your phone or tablet and return it back to the way it was when you first bought the device so you’ll need to make sure anything and everything you care about (photos, videos, etc) is backed up properly.

To perform a full on factory reset on iPhone or iPad go to Settings > General > Reset > Erase All Content and Settings. Again, this should only be used as a last resort.

If you’re fine with leaving the house, we recommend taking your device into your local Apple Store. Schedule an appointment at the Genius Bar and see if the geniuses there can diagnose your iOS 10 problem.

If you’d rather get in touch with Apple online try pinging Apple Support via its Twitter account. You can also find Apple support on the company’s website.

4 Reasons Not to Install iOS 12.5.6 & 10 Reasons You Should

Install iOS 12.5.6 for Better Security

Install iOS 12.5.6 for Better Security

If you're on the fence, here's one of the best reasons to install iOS 12.5.6 right away.

iOS 12.5.6 has a vital security patch on board and it will protect your device(s) from harm. If you want the details, head over to Apple's website.

If you missed the iOS 12.5.5 update, it brought three security patches to your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch. You can learn more about the trio on Apple's security site

If you missed iOS 12.5.4, you'll get that update's important security upgrades with your iOS 12.5.6 update. If you're interested in the particulars, head on over to Apple's website for more.

If you skipped iOS 12.5.3, you'll get its security patches with your upgrade. Both of its patches were related to WebKit. If you want to learn more about them, head on over to Apple's security site

If you skipped iOS 12.5.2, you'll also get its security patch with your upgrade. You can read more about it over on Apple's website

If you also skipped iOS 12.5, you'll also get its patch with your upgrade. Apple's outlined the update's patch in detail on its security site

If you missed iOS 12.4.9, you'll also get its four security patches with your upgrade. You can read more about those right here

If you skipped iOS 12.4.7, you also get the update's three security patches (two for the Mail app and one for Wi-Fi) with your upgrade to iOS 12.5.6.

If you're running software that's older than Apple's iOS 12.4.4 update, you'll want to download iOS 12.5.6 in the near future because it brings iOS 12.4.4's security patch to your device. You can read about it right here.

If you're running software older than iOS 12.4.2, you'll get an its patch with your upgrade. You can read about the security contents of iOS 12.4.2 right here

If you're on software that's older than iOS 12.4.1, you'll get iOS 12.4.1's security patch with your iOS 12.5.6 update. You can read about that patch right here

If you're on software that's older than iOS 12.4, you get iOS 12.4's patches with your iOS 12.5.6 update. 

iOS 12.4 brought 19 security patches to the iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. If you're interested in the specifics, you can read about them on Apple's security site

If you're running software older than iOS 12.3, your iOS 12.5.6 update carries iOS 12.3's security patches on board. The iOS 12.3 update brought 23 patches and you can read about all of them right here on Apple's site. 

If you're on software that's older than iOS 12.2, you'll get iOS 12.2's security patches with your version of iOS 12.5.6.

iOS 12.2 brought a whopping 41 security patches to iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. You can read more about the iOS 12.2's patches over on the company's website

It's important to note that Apple's iOS 12.2 update patched up an exploit that allowed websites to use motion sensors to "fingerprint" devices.

The exploit, discovered by researchers in Europe, uses JavaScript to snag data from a device's accelerometer, gyroscope, and magnetometer when the user visits an infected website. If the attack is successful, a device can be tracked around the internet. 

Fortunately, Apple's patched up the issue. If you skipped it, you'll probably want to move to iOS 12.5.6 soon.

If you're on software older than iOS 12.1.4, you get four important security patches including fixes for a widespread FaceTime eavesdropping bug that lets you call someone via FaceTime and hear the audio coming from their phone before they pick up the phone.

If you're on software older than iOS 12.1.3, you get some additional patches with your version of iOS 12.5.6. Again, they're baked into your upgrade.

Apple lists a grand total of 23 patches on board iOS 12.1.3 and you can read about all of them over on Apple's website. 

If you're on software older than iOS 12.1.1, you should install the iOS 12.5.6 update on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch today. 

The iOS 12.1.1 update brought 17 patches for potential security exploits. They'll will help protect your phone. You can read about them here.

If you're running software older than iOS 12.1, you'll get 24 patches from that update with your version of iOS 12.5.5.

If you're on software that's older than iOS 12.0.1, your iOS 12.5.6 update brings two additional patches. Both patches are for potential lock screen exploits.

Long story long, if you store sensitive data on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch, you have some really good reasons to upgrade to iOS 12.5.6 today.



  1. Blehby

    09/15/2016 at 8:41 am

    Do you work for Apple? Bluetooth worked before and ios10 breaks it but last resort is to go to your car manufacturer? No Apple needs to fix it.

    • cloudwinds

      03/07/2017 at 1:39 am

      Yes, all these are the most long, stupid, time wasting suggestions.
      Apple should be shame and responsible for all this.

    • cloudwinds

      03/07/2017 at 1:45 am

      iOs 10.2.1 destroyed my cellular connection and touch id.
      It happened right after I installed the update but Apple already stopped signing and I cannot go back to my previous iOS.
      I visited a Genius Bar and they treated me like a 70 year old grand mom.
      As I saw, most customers there had all kind of problems caused by OS update but their final diagnostics were “HARDWARE PROBLEM and YOU HAVE TO PAY FOR FIXING IT”. Stupid.

  2. Eduard Pinzon-Valdez

    09/17/2016 at 2:33 pm

    Very useful to me. Thanks a lot.

  3. Vasee Nesah

    09/23/2016 at 3:00 am

    My wife’s iPad Air has lost its WiFi adapter (disabled) a few times, after the iOS10 update. Restarting the iPad fixed it the first time, resetting the network settings and restarting fixed it the second time and the third time I did all of th above and also disabled location services and SiRi. The iPad is working now but I’ll never by another…. too hard to get in and fix problems.

  4. monkeyflower

    09/23/2016 at 8:00 am

    The 10.01.1 update is HORRIBLE!!! It has destroyed my ability to work smothely on my iPad. Too many glitches and bugs to mention, just the worst. I work on my iPad all day, every day, especially with e-mail… I am distraught. If you have not done it yet, DON’T DO IT!!!!!

  5. Norwin Tuano

    09/27/2016 at 3:32 pm

    ios10 update sucks! it wont let me charge my ipad… grrrrr!!!

  6. EV

    09/30/2016 at 6:29 am

    I had to disable my lock screen password because the “home” button does not respond. In fact, there really isn’t one. I miss Steve Jobs.

  7. Nina

    09/30/2016 at 4:49 pm

    I can no longer lock my iPad Pro. The only time it now requires a pass code is if I do the 2-button shutdown. I’ve tried unsetting, rebooting and then resetting. Nothing is working. It also wouldn’t see the battery level of my Apple pencil until I inactivated the pencil, rebooted and then re-synced it. Ugh! These are terrible problems when you use the iPad Pro and Pencil for teaching!

  8. Julie

    10/01/2016 at 6:34 pm

    After the update I can’t get the passcode screen to show up when I turn it on – swipe one way and it’s the stupid camera, the other way and it’s the stupid suggestions and nothing in the middle. Just kept turning off and on, swiping up, down, side and finally got the pass code screen! This makes locking my iPad impossible and I need it! This is just one of the many problems with this update. I’ve been screaming out of frustration and I just about threw my iPad across the room – it is a #%+! mess. I want my old system back please!!!!!!!!

  9. Nancy

    10/01/2016 at 7:14 pm

    How do you delete emails ? Under edit trash and move are not functioning

    • Mango

      10/16/2016 at 9:11 pm

      WHAT A MESS! My iPhone6 plus INBOX does not fully delete the data, but shows no actually emails that I can try to delete, it shows it contains in my case 1.5 gb of emails I have previously trashed and deleted. Meanwhile I keep getting messages of storage full while having over 500 gb of free space.

  10. Mats Lintrup

    10/02/2016 at 1:32 pm

    Apples Notes chraches all the time after upgrading to ios10

  11. D. A.

    10/02/2016 at 5:19 pm

    iOS 10.0.1 + iTunes 12.5.1 = music will not synchronize to your device (iPad and iPhone). See the thread:

  12. Wiley Kidd

    10/05/2016 at 12:21 pm

    I upgraded my iPhone 6 to ios 10.0.2 and it has rendered my phone practically useless. The mail app constantly shuts down after maybe 10 seconds of use, it will not connect to my computer, and the battery is draining terribly fast. I use my phone constantly for work so it’s become a MAJOR problem. I’ve had this phone for 2 years, been through multiple ios upgrades and have NEVER had problems like this 10.0.2 upgrade.

  13. Tim Goebel

    10/06/2016 at 7:15 am

    This page is helpful, and it is dismaying to see so much complaining. Take what you can from it, and move on to the next thing, folks! The abysmal spelling and grammar from some of the complainants impugns their credibility.

  14. Taras

    10/06/2016 at 9:35 am

    total useless… disappointed….:(

  15. Dallas

    10/06/2016 at 11:35 pm

    Steve Jobs would never have let anything made by Apple to go on the market with any sort of problems. I am a Apple fan and will always love the iPhone. But come on Apple for your sake and the millions of Apple fans get it right the first time. No patches weeks after launch . Honor Steve by holding the high standards he set for the company and made it great.
    A loyal Fan and customer

  16. schnoodlybk

    10/07/2016 at 9:11 am

    Just throw it out the window and go buy an android..problem fixed

  17. Stephen Waters

    10/08/2016 at 10:30 am

    shows i got voice mails when i havnt

  18. Carol Priestley

    10/08/2016 at 7:19 pm

    Can’t answer my iPhone 6plus since the update to 10.0.2. Headphones no longer work, touchcreen to answer a call and I can’t hear the person on the other end unless I turn in speaker! I don’t want my conversations on speaker!! Have tried resrarts, turning off & on LTE, Voice/data, and a few other things all to no avail. This is an problem. What a disappointing update. Ya spend a lot of $ & what donyabget back? Bad unproven updates with no fixes? Shame on you Apple. Poor job & lousy customer service.

  19. Harold Lewington

    10/09/2016 at 9:27 am

    Spent an hour and half with my cellular service IT trying figure out why I can no longer send e-mails. All settings are correct so must be an issue with the 10.0.02 upgrade as both Ipad and Iphone went down immediately after installing it. Can only imagine the millions of dollars Apple has caused in wasted time world wide because of their incompetence.

  20. Micke

    10/12/2016 at 7:23 am

    Bluetooth fix #2 worked for me with iPhone 6 and Peugeot 3008.
    When applying pls remember to delete the bluetooth connection from the car as well.

  21. Mark

    10/12/2016 at 10:45 am

    No mention here of speaker or volume symbol showing up randomly. I can’t get any sound out of my iPad air speakers. saw something about going into general settings and changing side buttons from volume to rotate, which I did, but it did not solve it. Anybody have any ideas on this one?

  22. Mike

    10/12/2016 at 12:07 pm

    I have a security issue on my provider which says I should use WPA 2 on my router. This was not the case until I upgraded to 10.02. My wife’s iPad mini has not yet been offered the upgrade and when/if she gets it offered she will not upgrade. The navigation is a mess, home button rarely works, a total mess

  23. Annoyed Person

    10/13/2016 at 7:27 pm

    Touchscreen doesn’t work at all even after multiple hard reboots. I was able to get it to work for a few minutes but then after closing the app and thinking all is okay… touchscreen wont work and i can’t go anything. But my alarm will go off and at that- i have to hard reboot to get it to stop. TERRIBLE.

  24. Pep

    10/17/2016 at 1:51 pm

    Can’t sync my iphone with my mac since upgrading to 10.02. It says my phone is password locked and it isn’t – frustrated.

  25. John Baker

    10/17/2016 at 8:49 pm

    After upgrading to ios 10 all my data from the Health app appears to be gone. Turning the phone off does not restore it. I track my exercise closely using this app, and this is disappointing. Any ideas? I suspect (hope) that the data has not been lost, just not accessible.

  26. KimberlyRN

    10/18/2016 at 11:59 am

    I really appreciate the fixes here. My alarm wasn’t working and I was late for work. Do you know what happens when an ICU nurse is late for work? I’ve had many other problems with this “update” but was able to fix the most prominent with the help of this site. I’m beyond sick of Apple and, when I have the money, I’ll be getting an Android. For years I kept thinking they would get their act together and become the company I first fell in love with. It’s obvious that they will never be that company again. Thank you for these fixes.

  27. Crystal C.

    10/18/2016 at 3:37 pm

    Anyone else having issues with cookies on certain website? It keeps telling me my cookies are turned off when they are on all the time. Going to web pages are slower and sometimes crashes and won’t show page full info. I’ve had to clear out history and data and daily shut it down too for the web pages to stop telling me the cookies are off. I wish I never updated now. Everything was fine before the update to OS 10.0.2. I hate it. Someone help me on this, very frustrating!

  28. Cindy

    10/19/2016 at 9:29 am

    Looking for a solution to caller I’d and can’t find it. Does anyone know how to restore the city, state display on IOS10 caller I’d? Just seeing United States is not helpful when screening calls.

  29. Linda

    10/20/2016 at 10:46 am

    I have problems on iPhone 7s with text messages it keeps losing the sound tried twice with apple help they can’t fix it the only way to get sound back is to keep shutting off my phone all day and when I try to turn it back on it takes 3 minutes to come on again

  30. Patricia

    10/21/2016 at 7:07 pm

    This IOS 10 is horrible. I want what I purchased a year ago. I would NEVER have purchased this software/operating system or an ipad with it on it. LAST Apple product for me. Too expensive to get jacked around and have to deal with kind of BS. From now on tablets. I’m giving this crap to my nephew… and never buying another Ipad. Shame on the powers that be at Apple taking a great product and turning into a piece of crap…. reminds me of the New Coke.

  31. Mike

    10/26/2016 at 5:15 am

    The new 2 factor seems that it will be an issue. It’s for setting up an new device. So I setup my new phone and put in my apple ID but now I need to get a text from this phone I haven’t set up yet.
    Am I crazy?

  32. David Wilcox

    11/10/2016 at 9:43 am

    im paying for apple music but its not working on phone after latest update. still working on iPad mini but now that wants to update system .will it stop on there too? apple need to get this sorted useless trying to get info off them.they are just getting worse and worse!

  33. Dennis

    11/24/2016 at 6:49 pm

    Apple products are shit. Another upgrade and more fkn problems. Audio doesn’t work. Thinks I have headphones and can’t get this pos iPhone 6 to use the speaker. Yes I have reset it again and again.

  34. Industrial Computers

    11/30/2016 at 8:29 am

    There seems to be problems with all Apple products. It seem although they dont really test the new updates. I am not too sure I am going to stay with Apple. The only reason I have done for so long is because I can sync it will a few of my other devices. Starting to loose my patience if I am honest.

  35. Achmad Mulyadi

    12/05/2016 at 10:03 am

    My IPhone 5 has a touchscreen problem after updating to iOS 10.1.1. The whole screen just freezing except for quick launch bar. Had to restart each time that happened, and oh… almost 4-5 times a day. I don’t expect this major problem from one who claim them self as the best phone vendor.

  36. Dezie

    02/13/2017 at 8:21 pm

    When I go to puffin academy it says that puffin academy may be blocked and I like to play math muncher

  37. Maxson Wahengbam

    02/28/2017 at 7:22 pm

    I got a new 7 plus, when entering the passcode it seems to me that it is a little slow compared to my friend’s 6s ,it takes 2-3 seconds to open my home screen.

  38. Sol

    03/09/2017 at 9:23 pm

    I just got a notice that my iphone storage is almost at capacity so I looked up what’s using it up…2nd on the list: “iOS 10.2.1 Update size 993 MB”


  39. Sol

    03/09/2017 at 9:54 pm

    Never mind my previous comment…I hadn’t actually installed it. Oops. Delete the comment if you can.

  40. Doug Springall

    03/31/2017 at 6:32 pm

    My third party double connector that enables me to charge and listen to my iphone7 will no longer work under ios10.3 . I would like this to work given that i cannot find an apple accessory on the store and the iPhone 7 does not have a headphone jack .

  41. Cheryl

    04/13/2017 at 10:59 pm

    Not sure if it is due to my downloading 10.3.1 but all my calendar events have disappeared except for the current week.

  42. Lisa Langford

    04/14/2017 at 2:52 am

    Unable to open emails with new update. Say to get the sender to send in different format.

  43. Roger

    04/17/2017 at 6:15 am

    iPhone 5C and 10.3.1
    Screen goes to black for no reason with any app, Safari, Google, etc.
    Finger on home button restores to last screen.

    If Bluetooth is on, the phone won’t ring and the is no sound over videos.
    To restore sound, i need to turn Bluetooth off.

  44. Tonya

    04/21/2017 at 11:02 am

    I just updated my iPad with the 10.3.1 update and now I am unable to se my rbc online banking app. I have uninstalled and reinstalled it but it only allows me to get to the password authentication. It then comes up with a message stating,” the user needs to be authenticated before the pic can be queried”.
    How do I fix this?

  45. Tonya

    04/21/2017 at 11:03 am

    I just updated my iPad with the 10.3.1 update and now I am unable to se my rbc online banking app. I have uninstalled and reinstalled it but it only allows me to get to the password authentication. It then comes up with a message stating,” the user needs to be authenticated before the pvc can be queried”.
    How do I fix this?

  46. natalie

    04/22/2017 at 7:52 am

    ios 10.3.1 reverted my notes back to an older version

  47. M hasan

    04/24/2017 at 2:50 am

    Here is another issue with the latest firmware update 10.3.1 if you have portable dac players and play your music thru these I have at the moment two apple devices iPhone 6 and iPad Pro which are affected 10 to 15 seconds into the song you will get a message on the screen this accessory is not supported and continues to play the music thru the devices own built in speakers only well done apple

  48. Harold Mapes

    05/01/2017 at 9:20 pm

    Where did the animation go in messaging that was in earlier versions of IOS 10?

  49. Charles

    07/24/2017 at 1:31 am

    Here is how you can download iOS 11 beta 4 for your iPhone or iPad devices. We compiled a detailed guide on how to install iOS 11 beta 4.

  50. Dave

    08/30/2017 at 10:02 am

    Very frustrating OS. The keyboard on Mail is constantly refusing to allow the flip to numeric pad or emoji pad. What is the point of adding useless features to an app if it can’t do the simple things like be a basic keyboard?

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