Apple is currently working on an iOS support application with the end goal to take some weight off the Genius Bar at Apple Stores.
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This new news is uncovered by the leaked screenshots. The screenshots were revealed by uSwitch which got them from Sonny Dickson.
Dickson is quite well known for exposing parts of unannounced iPhone models.
The screenshots basically reveal that the application will attach into a client's Apple ID and the majority of the Apple devices that are connected to that ID.
The leak also uncovers that the client can type the problem he or she is having with his iOS device to get some printed insights on the most proficient method to settle the issue.
On the off chance that the issue is something that is past the extent of the application, the client can talk with a guide through text, or fix a meeting with a close-by Apple Store.
It isn't clear if this application will come pre-installed on upcoming iOS devices or if the app must be downloaded from the App Store.
Another probability is this will be an option added to the current App Store application which means that it will be open for all existing iOS devices.
The latter can fix a meeting at the Genius Bar of the nearest Apple Store if your device has an issue, yet that is about it.
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On the off chance that the leaked pictures are genuine, it would appear that Apple is really serious about easing the burden on their committed Apple Store representatives.