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Apple iOS 12.0.1 Has An Embarrassing Problem

Issuing time:2018-10-12 16:04

iOS 12.0.1 is here and it brings some crucial fixes. That said, following a flurry of user complaints, we know now it also contains several new bugswhile doubling down on what is arguably Apple AAPL -1.07%’s most embarrassing problem in recent years…

Picking up from where iOS 12 left off, iOS 12.0.1 is still sending iMessages to the wrong people. Often with truly uncomfortable consequences. Moreover, it appears Apple has no plan to fix this.

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Despite reports of iMessage accidentally sending messages to ex-wives, ex-husbands and children, Apple has been telling users this is a new “feature” for iOS 12. It stems from Apple now organising all contacts by Apple ID, so if family members or friends share an ID now all these messages are shared simultaneously with everyone who has that ID.


The move has been seen as an attempt by Apple to push users into each having their own Apple ID, whereas sharers have long enjoyed sharing because it means only having to purchase apps and iTunes content once.

Given Apple didn’t announce this ‘feature’ in advance, the surprise and anger of affected users is understandable. This is also playing havoc with users who have work and leisure devices with different emails and phone numbers but the same Apple ID since now all their communications are mixed together.


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