Apple Says Fix Coming for iOS 7 Home Screen Crashes – It’s About Time

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Springboard Crash

If you’ve been using iOS 7 for any length of time, then you’re likely aware that it’s prone to pretty frequent crashes at random times. This has been the case ever since the late developer betas and certainly since iOS 7 was released to the public.

I think it’s the most buggy release of iOS since iOS 2.0 – and I’ve definitely see plenty of the Springboard reset type soft reboots on my Retina iPad mini on a regular basis.

The good news is it looks like there may be an update on the way to at least partly address the issue, according to Mashable.

“We have a fix in an upcoming software update for a bug that can occasionally cause a home screen crash,” Apple spokesperson Trudy Muller told Mashable.

9to5Mac also reports that feedback from people using the latest iOS 7.1 beta indicates that it is ‘more stable and less prone to crashes’.

Lets hope we see a stability boosting iOS 7 update very soon.

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Patrick Jordan

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2 thoughts on “Apple Says Fix Coming for iOS 7 Home Screen Crashes – It’s About Time

  1. I’m really looking forward to this update. Weird how it never happened to me until after I heard about it and now it is happening to me at least several times per day. Apple is also got an update for Mavericks that is supposed to get rid of a nasty USB audio problem I’ve been having. Also about time.