A report claimed that Apple was postponing some of the major features it had planned for iOS 12 to focus on fixing bugs in the code. Over the year, we saw macOS and iOS hit by several high-profile bugs. Recently, specific complaints were marked by iPhone users regarding the app upgrade issue in the App store suspecting due to a bug.
Apps whose update has already been downloaded appear again after a short time under “Update” that shows to update it again although they have been updated. Once you have downloaded the update, you will soon find the same apps again under “Update.”
However, users claim that this issue has existed since iOS 11 that has not been fixed. The problem keeps coming even if one tries to reboot its phone and re-login Apple ID using its mobile cellular network. App updates are fundamental for the ongoing enjoyment of using the device. And this kind of bug can surely be a cause of irritation to the users.
It is not yet predictable to what caused the bug in the App store and when it will be fixed by the company.
Recently, another significant bug has been discovered in FaceTime and is currently spreading virally over social media. The bug lets users call anyone with FaceTime and immediately hear the audio coming from their phone before the person on the other end has accepted or rejected the incoming call. Apple did address this bug issue, saying that it will try fixing the problem in a software update later this week.