Apple fixes iPhone X bug announcement to fix the actual iOS 11 bug
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Apple fixes iPhone X ad bug before fixing the real iOS 11 bug
Apple published a new ad for its iPhone X last week. demonstrating the new Face ID unlock feature. It also demonstrated an iOS 11 bug, where the text of an iMessage escapes the animated bubble that is supposed to stay inside. While it was a relatively minor problem, Apple decided to update its YouTube ad (somehow, without having to republish it) to remove the iOS 11 bug by reshooting the scene where it appears. It's unclear if this means the company now plans to fix the bug in its upcoming iOS 11.3 update, but Apple is clearly well aware of it now, at least.
The Verge highlighted the error last week, after the writer for 9to5Mac Benjamin Mayo, saw it in the commercial. iOS 11 includes a number of bizarre user interface bugs, including the text regularly misaligned in the App Store , disappearing springs and rotation problems. However, Apple is focusing on reliability and performance in iOS 12 with regarding new features. Reports suggest that Apple is delaying some of the major features of iOS, and plans to correct errors in your software in your place. That should mean the company won't have to edit its ads in the future to avoid these kinds of weird iOS 11 bugs that are common enough to creep into a TV commercial.