The scare of Blue Screen of Death in iPhone 5s users
It is almost every smartphone’s weakness to hang or to reboot itself, but if it happens frequently and disturbs your activities then that’s bad. According to some iPhone 5s users this is the same trouble they are facing.
According to one such user, his experience goes like this: “How do I resolve the blue screen error while using iWork on my iPhone 5s? When I usePages, for example, and press home button to switch app, my iPhone restarts after a blue screen. I even returned it & took a new one, but no luck. The bug is in iWork suite for iOS 7, I think, and not in the hardware. I’m a heavy Pages user and this bug is hindering my work (besides scaring me to death).”
Besides, the handset also resets randomly where the Apple logo will appear on the screen with a flash, stay for few seconds, and then reboots itself. Experts suggests that disabling the iCloud syncing with Apple’s Pages, Numbers, and Keynote apps will fix the problem but many still could not get a fix out of it.
So if the problem is a true one, then like the iOS 7.0.1 and 7.0.2, the iPhone users can expect for another update of their cellphone’s operating system.
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