iOS 7 has more color and compliment design with several features, but it also came with plenty of bugs to the iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch devices. Several bugs have been squashed over the course of software updates, but the recurring bugs have been application crashes and random rebooting.
Since Apple has released, is 7 also have mixed, but mostly positive reviews. However, a fault that has quietly overwhelmed the iPhone users with “white/black screen of death” that abruptly soft reboots the Smartphone. Many of the users have complained of these bugs online through Mac forum.
After months of complaints, finally, Apple determined to put an end to the so-called “white screen of death” that has plagued some iOS 7 users.
Apple informs several media house saying that it has “a fix in an upcoming software update for a bug that can occasionally cause a home screen crash,” although the company has not shared a timeline when this error might fix.
9to5Mac consider that iOS 7 users could finally get some relief from random crashes once Apple releases iOS 7.1, which beta testers have said: “feels much more stable and less prone to crashes than the public release of iOS 7.”