It is reported that Apple has unveiled iOS 9.3.1 to fix the problem of fixing web link crashing bug. Apple was trying to fix a bug that caused major crushing problems on iPhones and iPads. So just a few days after promising to fix the web link crushing bug Apple has launched iOS 9.3.1 to refer the lingering problem.
It is also in the news that iOS 9.3.1 is at present can be downloaded through the update of Software or through iTunes. Again Apple has stated that the update fixes a problem that made apps to be not responding after clicking on links in Safari and many other apps.
However it was announced that Apple had made a commitment on Tuesday that it will fix the web link crashing bug. Because this bug has caused some illusion since it started popping up last week. Even the timing compelled many people to think that the problem was related with iOS 9.3, but astonishingly it turned out to be an issue that is associated with a most popular app named Booking.com that created the bug.
Again the popular apps called Booking.com and a few of its related apps tried to use an oversized app and associations file.And these oversized app and files related to it caused clicking on various web links to crash across different apps that includes not only Safari but also Mail and Messages. So to uninstall only the affected apps did not fix the problem and here the need of releasing iOS 9.3.1, become very essential.
Moreover this problem was not related to just iOS 9.3, as the customer explained going through the same web link crushing bug with Booking.com downloaded on previous launches dating before to iOS 9.0.2.Although it was just a co-occurrence that the Booking.com app upgrade made the crashing around the same time when iOS 9.3 was launched.
Even iOS 9.3 also imparted a trait of an Activation Lock bug that damaged older models including the iPad Air and iPhone 5s. Apple unveiled a new type of iOS to refer that issue.
Surprisingly, in spite of its short comings, according to one app analytics, iOS 9.3 may be one of the most stable releases of Apple in years.