Apple’s bad week: Even the fixes are creating problems

Published on December 3, 2017

Things which are now happening with Apple products are tending to decline consumer’s trust in the brand. A major security flaw was found last week. The company rushed to get the fix of that and within a time span of 24 hours the company launched an update to fix the issue but now that update is creating a bulk of problems.

It was Tuesday of last week when a developer posted on Twitter then anyone can enter on your MacBook with simple steps. He explained that just by typing the username as “root” and leaving the password patch vacant click on enter for a few time and you will gain the root access to the device. The bug was very much dangerous and need to be fixed as soon as possible. And for that, the company launched the update.

“Security is a top priority for every Apple product, and regrettably we stumbled with this release of macOS,” admitted an Apple spokesperson. “We greatly regret this error, and we apologize to all Mac users, both for releasing with this vulnerability and for the concern it has caused. Our customers deserve better. We are auditing our development processes to help prevent this from happening again.”

Now that macOS quick fix is creating issues, MacBook users are currently facing problems in sharing files and data using their MacBook. This all seems so much embarrassing now that a company like Apple is doing these type of mistakes which is bothering its customers a lot.

This is not the just which Apple users faced this week. Some iPhone users also started meeting sudden crashing bug with the iOS 11. Apple is critically co-related with the time-related bugs affecting which has affected the iOS multiple times. The issue was with the notifications for apps like reminders. Apple released the final version of its iOS 11.2 last night to fix this error of intractable crashing problem of the iPhone.

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