UPDATED: Users of Apple iPhone 5S, iOS 7 device complain for the fix of blue color or Blue Screen of Death (BSOD).
- Blue Screen of Death that appears its random reboots on their handsets.
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The blue screen reboots appear to be iPhone 5S specific and are largely occurring with Apple’s which running on iOS 7 and iWork apps that come free. Check other Apple’s product review Related: iPad 5th generation features and specs
Blue Screen of Death also known as a stop error, bluescreen, Blue Screen of Doom, BSOD, bug check screen or Stop screen, an error screen displayed by operating systems after a crash similar to Windows-based operating systems device. (IMAGE of Extremetech.com)
A suggested fix for this issue according to theverge.com report “alleviate the iWork-related reboots is to disable iCloud syncing for Apple’s Pages, Keynote, and Numbers apps.” Apple is yet to respond to any requests for comment. Apple will likely fix the bug in an upcoming release of iOS update version.
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