iPhone and iPad customers have reported crashing points with third-party apps after syncing with M1-powered MacBook fashions. The third-party apps reportedly crash proper after launch, making them utterly unusable. Nevertheless, pre-installed apps appear to run wonderful. The customers’ reviews began coming in a couple of month after the M1-powered MacBook laptops had been launched and the issue nonetheless seems to persist. Apple does not appear to have shared a repair for the difficulty and even acknowledged it but.
As per consumer reviews on Apple support, Reddit, and different forums level out that iPhone and iPad fashions appear to expertise third-party app crashes after syncing their gadget with M1-powered MacBook models. In response to a video shared by a consumer on Reddit recorded on iPhone X, third-party apps like YouTube, Instagram, WhatsApp, and others appeared to instantly crash after being opened, making them utterly unusable. Nevertheless, apps like Safari, Apple Music, and Messages had been working simply wonderful.
On the unique discussion board submit, customers additionally identified that putting in or updating apps from the App Store can also be not doable because the progress circle fills up after which reverts to the ‘cloud’ obtain icon. Rebooting the gadgets, restoring the iPhone, or re-installing iPhone/ iPad OS does not appear to unravel the difficulty.
One of many customers discovered a workaround, suggesting that connecting to an older MacBook working Calatina OS solves the issue. This consumer had a 2012 MacBook Professional working Calatina.
Apple does not appear to have acknowledged the difficulty as of now, that would counsel that the issue is just not that widespread. For now, there appears to be no answer to this challenge so it’s advisable that folks utilizing M1-powered MacBook fashions do not sync their iPad or iPhone fashions, until Apple works one thing out.
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