Apple Asked to Investigate "Widespread" iPhone Bug Shutting Down Chinese Phones

As if being in the middle of the dispute between China and the United States over import tariffs proposed by Donald Trump wasn’t enough, Apple is now forced to investigate a number of iPhones in China that are said to be suffering from a bug shutting them down at random times.

The so-called China Consumer Association (CCA) has posted an announcement on its website to inform that it requested Apple to look into reports of iPhone 6 and iPhone 6s models that might be impacted by a bug which appears to be shutting them down even with 50 percent battery left.

According to an approximate Google Translate version of the announcement, the consumer organization has received reports from a big number of iPhone buyers, pointing out that this could be a widespread issue impacting models… (read more)

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