Do certain images and videos saved in iOS 15's Photos app disappear on a whim from your device? If so, chalk that up to another bug in iOS 15 that in certain conditions deletes images that you've previously saved to Apple's Photos software from your Messages chats.
If you've run into issues trying to update your iPhone or iPad on a Mac, try installing Apple's Device Support Update that's now available via the Software Update feature on Big Sur.
Do you run into weird issues when attempting to unlock iPhone 13 with Apple Watch? You're not alone. Apple has recognized that people are having problems with this feature and has promised to deliver a fix, but wouldn't say when.
Legal sharks are circling around Apple, investigating reports of unexpected M1 MacBook screen cracks which many affected customers claim occur during normal usage.
Those who use a scanner may have seen an error message when attempting to actually use it. But don't worry, as Apple has promised to deliver a fix for this odd Mac scanner issue.
Many people seem to be hit with what seems to be a new Apple TV software bug across platforms, with some folks complaining about no audio in purchased movies.
No, it's not just you! TestFlight is currently down for some users, including yours truly. While Apple took a bit of time to acknowledge the issue, the System Status page has now been updated to reflect the issue.
Update: the issue has now been resolved!
According to Apple, the issue started at 8.35 AM Pacific Time and is currently ongoing. The company notes that "Users are experiencing a problem with this service. We are investigating and will update the status as more information becomes available."
If the “Unlock with iPhone” feature won't work on your Apple Watch, that could be because you're using a phone with Touch ID and running the new iOS 14.7 update.
A recently discovered bug that allows malformed network names to crash your iPhone’s Wi-Fi, requiring a factory reset to fix, is now more potent as a zero-day vulnerability in iOS 14.6.
A consumer group in Europe wants some answers from Apple regarding alleged iPhone battery drain after receiving complaints that iOS 14.5 and other updates slowed down recent iPhones.
An issue with Apple Weather has been making rounds, prompting silly speculation that the app was designed to avoid showing 69° as a temperature. Nothing could be further from the truth—in reality, this odd bug is a programming error that has already been fixed in iOS 15.
The Weather app for iPhone and iPad is plagued with the stupidest bug you could imagine, preventing it from displaying the temperature of 69 degrees Fahrenheit anywhere in the forecast.