iPhone 5 Repair news: Blue Screen of Death is Back

iPhone 5 Repair news: Terror comes to the iPhone 5S in blue!

iPhone 5 Repair

 iPhone 5 repair news: Blue screen of death


The newest smartphone from Apple is suffering what was once Microsoft’s stop error, the Blue Screen of Death (BSOD). But the original Blue Screen of Death of older versions of Windows displayed an error screen after the system has suffered an irrecoverable crash. And iPhone 5s users have reported the same screen appearing but just before the device crashes and reboots. Reports about the Blue Screen of Dead were found on Apple forums and twitter. Problems seem to occur most with Apple’s own iWorks apps which comes free with all new iOS devices, but users are reporting the same issue is also happening with Facetime, Safari, the camera app and even installing applications.

Some people have posted some kind of fix about their experience iPhone 5 Repair, like exiting a document before you hit the home key, and turning Pages, Numbers, and Keynote off in iCloud’s documents and data. Or turning off iWork’s sync with iCloud, but that prevents you from saving anything on the Cloud.

According to Andrew Levy, Crittercicm CEO said Apple is doing a really good job of addressing these issues as they come up. Many problems have been reported since Apple released its latest mobile software update, iOS 7, which included a glitch that prevented texts, sent via iMessage from being received/delivered.

“Anytime there is a new hardware or software release, we see issues,” CEO Andrew told AllThingsD, “inevitably, over time, those issues get resolved.”

In the meantime, keep those receipts or warranty papers at hand in order to be on the safe side of things.

Here is an example of having the dreaded Blue screen of death:

As seen in the video, it suddenly goes blue while using the phone and just shuts off…

So before you go panicking over the Blue Screen of Death and calling or going to the nearest iPhone 5 Repair center, try to do the things what others did when they encountered the Blue Screen of Death. Some things are easy to fix by yourselves if you stay calm and look it up over the internet for guidance or instructions. Always remember though, if you can’t do it anymore or just don’t want to do it… there is Out Of Warranty to provide the repair.

For now, let’s wait and see as the experts are working on the problem and will probably solve the problem in the weeks to come.


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