T-Mobile Warned Their Current iPhone Users Not To Upgrade To iOS 10 Yet

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Following the availability of the iOS 10 over-the-air update yesterday, Sept. 15, T-Mobile has given a new edict. It is now urging its customers not to upgrade their mobile phones just yet. This is due to the fact that a lot of customers who downloaded the update are experiencing connection outages.

According to the said announcement, users with iPhone 6s, 6s Plus and iPhone SE are the ones that are affected by the problem.

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T-Mobile CEO John Legere used Twitter to convey the message late last night. In the said tweet, he asked iPhone users not to download the latest iOS 10. The carrier insisted on users who downloaded the upgrade earlier to backup and turn off their units until Apple has sorted out the issue.

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This news has come a few days after the initial roll out of the new operating system. Immediately after its release, some iPhone and iPad users began complaining that the update has rendered their devices unusable. A lot of people shared images of their ?bricked? iPhones and iPads via social media.

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About an hour after the said issue, Apple has announced that it already fixed the problem. The company also apologized for any inconvenience caused by the problem.

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The current T-Mobile connectivity issue seems to be centering on LTE coverage. Some customers who updated their iPhones are experiencing connectivity loss. Meanwhile, some users suggest rebooting the phone solved the issue.

Although it sounds like the best solution right now, constantly rebooting one?s phone when experiencing connection losses is very cumbersome. This is why, for the time being, users are asked to keep their mobile phone turned off while waiting for the update.

For more updates on the new iOS 10, be sure to check us out at TheBitBag.

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UPDATE: According to T-Mobile, Apple has fixed the issue on the update. Users can now start downloading the new iOS 10.

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