Monday, September 25, 2023



Users Are Suggested To Update To The Most Recent iOS First: iPhone 15 Series Shipped With A Serious Bug

Although the iPhone 15 series hasn't arrived in Malaysia yet, prospective purchasers there should be aware of a serious problem that renders the devices inoperable.

It turns out that after migrating their data from their old smartphones, customers who have already purchased the new lineup in some areas have complained about their phones becoming stuck on the Apple logo boot screen. 

Apple quickly responded to the complaints by creating a new support page on its website to aid with the fault affecting the iPhone 15 series.

The instructions state that customers must first use a cable to connect their new device to a computer running the iTunes program before starting a forced reset.

For the latter, press and hold the lock button until an image of a computer and cable appears after the Apple logo, then swiftly tap the volume up and down buttons.

Next, find the iPhone 15 model using the iTunes app on Windows or the Finder app on Mac, and select the “Restore” option to return it to its factory settings.

Users Are Suggested To Update To The Most Recent iOS First: iPhone 15 Series Shipped With A Serious Bug

Restart the phone to begin the setup process. Do not select the option to import data from your old device; instead, download and install iOS 17.0.2. You can't securely move your data to your new iPhone unless you've loaded the most recent firmware.

Upon first booting up, it goes without saying that local users who have not yet received their new iPhone 15 models are strongly encouraged to update their firmware to the most recent version.

As with the previous stages, after installing iOS 17.0.2 (or higher), be careful to transfer all of your data from your old iPhone. Although it's possible that Apple will ship iPhone 15 devices with updated firmware for the Malaysian market, it's advisable to update them to any new iOS versions ahead of time, just in case.

As a reminder of our earlier claims, Malaysia will be able to purchase Apple's new iPhone 15 series starting on September 29, 2023. Pre-orders can be placed right now via the official website of the business as well as local telcos like Yes 5G, CelcomDigi, U Mobile, and Maxis.

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Users Are Suggested To Update To The Most Recent iOS First: iPhone 15 Series Shipped With A Serious Bug