Tuesday, October 15, 2013

App crash frequently for Apple's iPhone 5s

Apps runs in the iPhone 5s are not stable? Is it due to iOS 7? Or the new 64 -bit processor or the apps itself? According to a study overthrow apps on the iPhone 5s at any rate twice as often as they do on the iPhone 5c and iPhone 5. According to U.S. reports, the study of analytics and monitoring company Crittercism found that apps crash on the new iPhone 5s twice as often as on the iPhone 5c and iPhone 5. 

In the evaluation of several hundred million apps supposedly turned out that the percentage of crashed apps in Apple's iPhone 5s of approximately 2 percent. The proportion of an app crash on iPhone 5 and iPhone 5c, however, is reported to range from around 1 percent. A possible reason for the frequent crashes, the analysts see the 64 -bit combination of iOS 7 and A7 processor in the iPhone 5s.

Apparently, some developers had tested their apps rather late in this regard and not yet optimized respectively and adjusted. Overall, Apple is in the transition to 64 -bit system, but well done, it says in Crittercism. Previously in forums and on YouTube we heard a lot already numerous case studies to complete system crashes like “Blue Screen of Death “at Apple's iPhone 5s for attention. Apparently, Apple is aware of the problem and is working on relief. Apple has now released two iOS updates for iOS 7 and the update to iOS 7.0.3 should be followed shortly with further bug fixes.

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