|Jul 21, 2013, 11:18 AM||#1|
What happens to automatic diagnostic reports?
This is just a question from curiosity, but does anyone have any insight into what happens to automatic diagnostic reports that devices send? Does Apple have some sort of automated system that examine them and classify them, flagging the ones that aren't known issues for further investigation, or do they mostly just get thrown away?
I'm mostly just curious about if I'm having some sort of weird crash, and it's a fairly unique issue, if there's a chance that my automatic diagnostic reports are actually going to help fix it
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