Tuesday, October 2, 2012

Another mistake from Apple.

We all know that the fiasco with the maps went viral. There were a lot of jokes, even Google played a little with Apple. Apple even publicly said sorry to the users about the maps and said they are working to fix them.

But, these days another mistake from this company was discovered. This time it's a bug which uses traffic from 3G even when they are connected to Wi-Fi.

After the internet buzz about this bug, and all the negative comments, Apple and Verizon have created a patch to fix the bug.

Verizon has confirmed to CNN Money that damaged iPhone owners will not have to pay the overly used gigabytes.

Meanwhile, the site 9to5Mac reported that a number of users from the AT&.T network also complained of excessive spending in the first few weeks of usage of the new iPhone 5.

AT & T has not officially released a statement about this.