IOS 10 has screwed up my iPhone 6s

Discussion in 'iOS 10' started by ComfortablyDumb, Sep 15, 2016.

  1. ComfortablyDumb macrumors newbie

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    1) Few apps are disappearing ex: myVodafone app, found it difficult to top up after the IOS update?
    2) It has f***ked up the Music library, UI part looks uber cool, but when you play a song and slant the iPhone a bit you would notice the screen turning off and the song going on to the pause mode, its often noticeable when you drop the phone in your pocket and turn the music on.
    3) The phone is getting heated when charging (only slightly)
    4) Google and Twitter provided some immediate updates after IOS upgrade, I am not sure their update are for the 3D touch alone.
    5) Apps using 3D touch has improved with more options but nothing noticeable or a major shake up.

    I was expecting some back button feature for youtube app, in IOS 10. Its a bare necessity that has been there with the Android for ages, but not with IOS.
     
  2. Feenician macrumors 68040

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    A pretty extreme thread title

    1) can't see why ios 10 would delete an app and I haven't seen anyone report that through the beta or after gm. Search spotlight for gem in case you've misplaced them, or reinstall them otherwise.
    2) sounds like a raise to wake issue, though music shouldn't (and doesn't) just stop when the screen sleeps
    3) lithium batteries heat up when charging. May be exacerbated by Photos scanning your library. That should die down.
    4) not sure what this had to do with the topic. Actually I'm not sure what you're saying or asking at all
    5) ruined indeed

    Is Google responsibility to add buttons to their app. It has nothing to do with ios or it's version number
     
  3. hieubui.rtz macrumors member

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    And what with the youtube thing?? What do you mean the back button? I never have any issue with youtube app whatsoever
     
  4. ComfortablyDumb thread starter macrumors newbie

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    From what I heard, Google, Twitter and few others have implemented some stability fixes after the IOS 10.0.1 update, not the case with lesser App makers. Thats causing the problem with the phone billing apps.

    In all Android devices there is usually a back physical-impact button in the bottom that provides the capability to go back in the Youtube app. Going back to the previous video and exploring the listed options of the original page is a killer feature for youtube usage which is not in iPhone

    Its not possible on iPhone with only one physical Home Button, then some virtual button be placed some where by the IOS on the screen, to back, which is not the case

    Another important feature is killing off apps...I need to double click on the home button and close all apps one by one like I was doing right from the days of yore.

    IOS haven't provided anything to close cluster of apps as a whole which is there with Android for the last four years running.

    I am from Australia apple technicians can try the MyVodaFone app in your 6s to replicate the problem I was facing when trying to top up.
     
  5. Feenician macrumors 68040

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    Right, there is no universal back button on iOS so it's up to the app developer to competently design an app for the platform with appropriate controls. Sounds like Google haven't done that (though I don't have our use YouTube so I'll have to take your word for it)

    As for killing all apps, there's simply no need and no benefit to routinely closing all apps on iOS. Quite the opposite, it will take longer and consume more battery.

    PS Vodafone not fixing their app hardly qualifies as screwing up your phone
     
  6. simonsi macrumors 601

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    Right, because iOS 10 changed the physics of your Li battery???

    Batteries warm when charged, that would be exactly the same as before iOS 10
     

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