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No joke: iOS 9.3 deemed ‘most stable new release in years’, less crash-prone than Android 6.0

News & Press

With April Fools’ Day still a solid 16 hours or so away at the time of this writing, at least stateside, you have to wonder what kind of pseudo-scientific research Apteligent must have conducted to conclude iOS 9.3 is Apple’s “most stable new release in years.” Yes, more stable than all iOS 8 sub-versions, and... Read more

March 31st, 2016 by Adrian Diaconescu

iOS 9.3 'Most Stable New Release in Years', Says Analytics Firm

News & Press

Despite its much-publicized problems, Apple’s iOS 9.3 is showing a lower crash rate than all active iOS builds, an app analytics firm reported yesterday (via AppleInsider). According to California-based Apteligent, over the past eight days iOS 9.3 has had a crash rate of only 2.2 percent, making it the most stable iOS release in circulation.... Read more

March 31st, 2016 by Tim Hardwick

The issues with iOS 9.3 may be slightly exaggerated

News & Press

iOS 9.3 is Apple’s largest mid-cycle release in a long time. However, the operating system upgrade has a bug that causes apps to crash after attempting to open links. While Apple has said it should be fixed shortly, we’re still seeing issues a week later. But is the issue blown out of proportion? Read more

March 31st, 2016 by Dennis Sellers

Here’s why iOS 9.3 update could be Apple’s best yet

News & Press

Apple’s new iOS 9.3 software is the ‘most stable new release in years’, according to an app analytics firm. Apteligent says that the crash rate for the new version is surprisingly low, as reported by Apple Insider. Over the eight days since launch, the crash rate has averaged out at just 2.2%. Many of the... Read more

March 31st, 2016 by Sean Keach

iOS 9.3 most stable release from Apple, more stable than Android 6.0

News & Press

According to a new report by app analytics firm Apteligent, Apple’s latest iOS 9.3 build is the most stable new release by the Cupertino-based company in years. The report revealed a 2.2% crash rate for iOS 9.3 in the past eight days. Read more

March 31st, 2016 by Himanshu

iOS 9.3 is Apple’s most stable software ever

News & Press

iOS 9.3, Apple’s latest software update for its iPhones and iPads, is the company’s most stable release ever and crashes less than previous versions, it has been claimed. That’s despite a slew of complaints about the upgrade causing devices to become stuck in activation mode, as well as crashing major apps. App analytics company Apteligent... Read more

March 31st, 2016 by Joe Minihane

Apple iOS 9.3 has a lower crash rate than all active iOS builds and Android 6.0

News & Press

An app analysis firm named Apteligent has done a study of the crash rate seen on iOS 9.3 compared to some earlier builds, and has determined that it is one of the most stable new releases by Apple in years. This comes despite some of the issues that have affected the release, including one that... Read more

March 31st, 2016 by Alan F

Forbes: Apple iOS 9.3.1 Update Is Now Available And It Fixes A Pesky Safari Bug

News & Press

Apple released iOS 9.3 about 10 days ago with several major improvements including the Night Shift mode and Touch ID support for the Notes app, but the rollout of the software update was rather bumpy as it caused activation problems for several older iOS devices and a bug caused web browsing on Safari to become... Read more

March 31st, 2016 by Amit Chowdhry

Surprise! iOS 9.3 Is Actually Most Stable iOS In Years

News & Press

A quick run through Apple’s Support forums and a look over Twitter suggests iOS 9.3 is a buggy mess. But that’s simply not true, according to a new study. Apple’s AAPL 0.61% iOS 9.3 is the “most stable” release that the iPhone maker has pushed out “in years,” according to a study from developer-service provider... Read more

April 1st, 2016 by Don Reisinger

iOS 9.3.1 update released by Apple for iPhone and iPad to fix bug causing crashes

News & Press

Apple has released an updated version of the iOS 9.3 in the form of iOS 9.3.1 update to fix a bug that affected most iPhones and iPads which had their OS updated. The bug fix contains a crucial improvement and addresses the widespread issue where apps (and sometimes the device) would crash or hang when... Read more

April 1st, 2016 by Agamoni Ghosh

Should Devs Care About Apple Watch?

No joke: iOS 9.3 deemed ‘most stable new release in years’, less crash-prone than Android 6.0

News & Press

With April Fools’ Day still a solid 16 hours or so away at the time of this writing, at least stateside, you have to wonder what kind of pseudo-scientific research Apteligent must have conducted to conclude iOS 9.3 is Apple’s “most stable new release in years.” Yes, more stable than all iOS 8 sub-versions, and... Read more

March 31st, 2016 by Adrian Diaconescu

iOS 9.3 'Most Stable New Release in Years', Says Analytics Firm

News & Press

Despite its much-publicized problems, Apple’s iOS 9.3 is showing a lower crash rate than all active iOS builds, an app analytics firm reported yesterday (via AppleInsider). According to California-based Apteligent, over the past eight days iOS 9.3 has had a crash rate of only 2.2 percent, making it the most stable iOS release in circulation.... Read more

March 31st, 2016 by Tim Hardwick

The issues with iOS 9.3 may be slightly exaggerated

News & Press

iOS 9.3 is Apple’s largest mid-cycle release in a long time. However, the operating system upgrade has a bug that causes apps to crash after attempting to open links. While Apple has said it should be fixed shortly, we’re still seeing issues a week later. But is the issue blown out of proportion? Read more

March 31st, 2016 by Dennis Sellers

Here’s why iOS 9.3 update could be Apple’s best yet

News & Press

Apple’s new iOS 9.3 software is the ‘most stable new release in years’, according to an app analytics firm. Apteligent says that the crash rate for the new version is surprisingly low, as reported by Apple Insider. Over the eight days since launch, the crash rate has averaged out at just 2.2%. Many of the... Read more

March 31st, 2016 by Sean Keach

iOS 9.3 most stable release from Apple, more stable than Android 6.0

News & Press

According to a new report by app analytics firm Apteligent, Apple’s latest iOS 9.3 build is the most stable new release by the Cupertino-based company in years. The report revealed a 2.2% crash rate for iOS 9.3 in the past eight days. Read more

March 31st, 2016 by Himanshu

iOS 9.3 is Apple’s most stable software ever

News & Press

iOS 9.3, Apple’s latest software update for its iPhones and iPads, is the company’s most stable release ever and crashes less than previous versions, it has been claimed. That’s despite a slew of complaints about the upgrade causing devices to become stuck in activation mode, as well as crashing major apps. App analytics company Apteligent... Read more

March 31st, 2016 by Joe Minihane

Apple iOS 9.3 has a lower crash rate than all active iOS builds and Android 6.0

News & Press

An app analysis firm named Apteligent has done a study of the crash rate seen on iOS 9.3 compared to some earlier builds, and has determined that it is one of the most stable new releases by Apple in years. This comes despite some of the issues that have affected the release, including one that... Read more

March 31st, 2016 by Alan F

Forbes: Apple iOS 9.3.1 Update Is Now Available And It Fixes A Pesky Safari Bug

News & Press

Apple released iOS 9.3 about 10 days ago with several major improvements including the Night Shift mode and Touch ID support for the Notes app, but the rollout of the software update was rather bumpy as it caused activation problems for several older iOS devices and a bug caused web browsing on Safari to become... Read more

March 31st, 2016 by Amit Chowdhry

Surprise! iOS 9.3 Is Actually Most Stable iOS In Years

News & Press

A quick run through Apple’s Support forums and a look over Twitter suggests iOS 9.3 is a buggy mess. But that’s simply not true, according to a new study. Apple’s AAPL 0.61% iOS 9.3 is the “most stable” release that the iPhone maker has pushed out “in years,” according to a study from developer-service provider... Read more

April 1st, 2016 by Don Reisinger

iOS 9.3.1 update released by Apple for iPhone and iPad to fix bug causing crashes

News & Press

Apple has released an updated version of the iOS 9.3 in the form of iOS 9.3.1 update to fix a bug that affected most iPhones and iPads which had their OS updated. The bug fix contains a crucial improvement and addresses the widespread issue where apps (and sometimes the device) would crash or hang when... Read more

April 1st, 2016 by Agamoni Ghosh

OS Stability in the Time of Wearables

No joke: iOS 9.3 deemed ‘most stable new release in years’, less crash-prone than Android 6.0

News & Press

With April Fools’ Day still a solid 16 hours or so away at the time of this writing, at least stateside, you have to wonder what kind of pseudo-scientific research Apteligent must have conducted to conclude iOS 9.3 is Apple’s “most stable new release in years.” Yes, more stable than all iOS 8 sub-versions, and... Read more

March 31st, 2016 by Adrian Diaconescu

iOS 9.3 'Most Stable New Release in Years', Says Analytics Firm

News & Press

Despite its much-publicized problems, Apple’s iOS 9.3 is showing a lower crash rate than all active iOS builds, an app analytics firm reported yesterday (via AppleInsider). According to California-based Apteligent, over the past eight days iOS 9.3 has had a crash rate of only 2.2 percent, making it the most stable iOS release in circulation.... Read more

March 31st, 2016 by Tim Hardwick

The issues with iOS 9.3 may be slightly exaggerated

News & Press

iOS 9.3 is Apple’s largest mid-cycle release in a long time. However, the operating system upgrade has a bug that causes apps to crash after attempting to open links. While Apple has said it should be fixed shortly, we’re still seeing issues a week later. But is the issue blown out of proportion? Read more

March 31st, 2016 by Dennis Sellers

Here’s why iOS 9.3 update could be Apple’s best yet

News & Press

Apple’s new iOS 9.3 software is the ‘most stable new release in years’, according to an app analytics firm. Apteligent says that the crash rate for the new version is surprisingly low, as reported by Apple Insider. Over the eight days since launch, the crash rate has averaged out at just 2.2%. Many of the... Read more

March 31st, 2016 by Sean Keach

iOS 9.3 most stable release from Apple, more stable than Android 6.0

News & Press

According to a new report by app analytics firm Apteligent, Apple’s latest iOS 9.3 build is the most stable new release by the Cupertino-based company in years. The report revealed a 2.2% crash rate for iOS 9.3 in the past eight days. Read more

March 31st, 2016 by Himanshu

iOS 9.3 is Apple’s most stable software ever

News & Press

iOS 9.3, Apple’s latest software update for its iPhones and iPads, is the company’s most stable release ever and crashes less than previous versions, it has been claimed. That’s despite a slew of complaints about the upgrade causing devices to become stuck in activation mode, as well as crashing major apps. App analytics company Apteligent... Read more

March 31st, 2016 by Joe Minihane

Apple iOS 9.3 has a lower crash rate than all active iOS builds and Android 6.0

News & Press

An app analysis firm named Apteligent has done a study of the crash rate seen on iOS 9.3 compared to some earlier builds, and has determined that it is one of the most stable new releases by Apple in years. This comes despite some of the issues that have affected the release, including one that... Read more

March 31st, 2016 by Alan F

Forbes: Apple iOS 9.3.1 Update Is Now Available And It Fixes A Pesky Safari Bug

News & Press

Apple released iOS 9.3 about 10 days ago with several major improvements including the Night Shift mode and Touch ID support for the Notes app, but the rollout of the software update was rather bumpy as it caused activation problems for several older iOS devices and a bug caused web browsing on Safari to become... Read more

March 31st, 2016 by Amit Chowdhry

Surprise! iOS 9.3 Is Actually Most Stable iOS In Years

News & Press

A quick run through Apple’s Support forums and a look over Twitter suggests iOS 9.3 is a buggy mess. But that’s simply not true, according to a new study. Apple’s AAPL 0.61% iOS 9.3 is the “most stable” release that the iPhone maker has pushed out “in years,” according to a study from developer-service provider... Read more

April 1st, 2016 by Don Reisinger

iOS 9.3.1 update released by Apple for iPhone and iPad to fix bug causing crashes

News & Press

Apple has released an updated version of the iOS 9.3 in the form of iOS 9.3.1 update to fix a bug that affected most iPhones and iPads which had their OS updated. The bug fix contains a crucial improvement and addresses the widespread issue where apps (and sometimes the device) would crash or hang when... Read more

April 1st, 2016 by Agamoni Ghosh

Apteligent Announces New European Data Privacy Option

No joke: iOS 9.3 deemed ‘most stable new release in years’, less crash-prone than Android 6.0

News & Press

With April Fools’ Day still a solid 16 hours or so away at the time of this writing, at least stateside, you have to wonder what kind of pseudo-scientific research Apteligent must have conducted to conclude iOS 9.3 is Apple’s “most stable new release in years.” Yes, more stable than all iOS 8 sub-versions, and... Read more

March 31st, 2016 by Adrian Diaconescu

iOS 9.3 'Most Stable New Release in Years', Says Analytics Firm

News & Press

Despite its much-publicized problems, Apple’s iOS 9.3 is showing a lower crash rate than all active iOS builds, an app analytics firm reported yesterday (via AppleInsider). According to California-based Apteligent, over the past eight days iOS 9.3 has had a crash rate of only 2.2 percent, making it the most stable iOS release in circulation.... Read more

March 31st, 2016 by Tim Hardwick

The issues with iOS 9.3 may be slightly exaggerated

News & Press

iOS 9.3 is Apple’s largest mid-cycle release in a long time. However, the operating system upgrade has a bug that causes apps to crash after attempting to open links. While Apple has said it should be fixed shortly, we’re still seeing issues a week later. But is the issue blown out of proportion? Read more

March 31st, 2016 by Dennis Sellers

Here’s why iOS 9.3 update could be Apple’s best yet

News & Press

Apple’s new iOS 9.3 software is the ‘most stable new release in years’, according to an app analytics firm. Apteligent says that the crash rate for the new version is surprisingly low, as reported by Apple Insider. Over the eight days since launch, the crash rate has averaged out at just 2.2%. Many of the... Read more

March 31st, 2016 by Sean Keach

iOS 9.3 most stable release from Apple, more stable than Android 6.0

News & Press

According to a new report by app analytics firm Apteligent, Apple’s latest iOS 9.3 build is the most stable new release by the Cupertino-based company in years. The report revealed a 2.2% crash rate for iOS 9.3 in the past eight days. Read more

March 31st, 2016 by Himanshu

iOS 9.3 is Apple’s most stable software ever

News & Press

iOS 9.3, Apple’s latest software update for its iPhones and iPads, is the company’s most stable release ever and crashes less than previous versions, it has been claimed. That’s despite a slew of complaints about the upgrade causing devices to become stuck in activation mode, as well as crashing major apps. App analytics company Apteligent... Read more

March 31st, 2016 by Joe Minihane

Apple iOS 9.3 has a lower crash rate than all active iOS builds and Android 6.0

News & Press

An app analysis firm named Apteligent has done a study of the crash rate seen on iOS 9.3 compared to some earlier builds, and has determined that it is one of the most stable new releases by Apple in years. This comes despite some of the issues that have affected the release, including one that... Read more

March 31st, 2016 by Alan F

Forbes: Apple iOS 9.3.1 Update Is Now Available And It Fixes A Pesky Safari Bug

News & Press

Apple released iOS 9.3 about 10 days ago with several major improvements including the Night Shift mode and Touch ID support for the Notes app, but the rollout of the software update was rather bumpy as it caused activation problems for several older iOS devices and a bug caused web browsing on Safari to become... Read more

March 31st, 2016 by Amit Chowdhry

Surprise! iOS 9.3 Is Actually Most Stable iOS In Years

News & Press

A quick run through Apple’s Support forums and a look over Twitter suggests iOS 9.3 is a buggy mess. But that’s simply not true, according to a new study. Apple’s AAPL 0.61% iOS 9.3 is the “most stable” release that the iPhone maker has pushed out “in years,” according to a study from developer-service provider... Read more

April 1st, 2016 by Don Reisinger

iOS 9.3.1 update released by Apple for iPhone and iPad to fix bug causing crashes

News & Press

Apple has released an updated version of the iOS 9.3 in the form of iOS 9.3.1 update to fix a bug that affected most iPhones and iPads which had their OS updated. The bug fix contains a crucial improvement and addresses the widespread issue where apps (and sometimes the device) would crash or hang when... Read more

April 1st, 2016 by Agamoni Ghosh

From Mood Rings to Apple Watch: The History of Wearables

No joke: iOS 9.3 deemed ‘most stable new release in years’, less crash-prone than Android 6.0

News & Press

With April Fools’ Day still a solid 16 hours or so away at the time of this writing, at least stateside, you have to wonder what kind of pseudo-scientific research Apteligent must have conducted to conclude iOS 9.3 is Apple’s “most stable new release in years.” Yes, more stable than all iOS 8 sub-versions, and... Read more

March 31st, 2016 by Adrian Diaconescu

iOS 9.3 'Most Stable New Release in Years', Says Analytics Firm

News & Press

Despite its much-publicized problems, Apple’s iOS 9.3 is showing a lower crash rate than all active iOS builds, an app analytics firm reported yesterday (via AppleInsider). According to California-based Apteligent, over the past eight days iOS 9.3 has had a crash rate of only 2.2 percent, making it the most stable iOS release in circulation.... Read more

March 31st, 2016 by Tim Hardwick

The issues with iOS 9.3 may be slightly exaggerated

News & Press

iOS 9.3 is Apple’s largest mid-cycle release in a long time. However, the operating system upgrade has a bug that causes apps to crash after attempting to open links. While Apple has said it should be fixed shortly, we’re still seeing issues a week later. But is the issue blown out of proportion? Read more

March 31st, 2016 by Dennis Sellers

Here’s why iOS 9.3 update could be Apple’s best yet

News & Press

Apple’s new iOS 9.3 software is the ‘most stable new release in years’, according to an app analytics firm. Apteligent says that the crash rate for the new version is surprisingly low, as reported by Apple Insider. Over the eight days since launch, the crash rate has averaged out at just 2.2%. Many of the... Read more

March 31st, 2016 by Sean Keach

iOS 9.3 most stable release from Apple, more stable than Android 6.0

News & Press

According to a new report by app analytics firm Apteligent, Apple’s latest iOS 9.3 build is the most stable new release by the Cupertino-based company in years. The report revealed a 2.2% crash rate for iOS 9.3 in the past eight days. Read more

March 31st, 2016 by Himanshu

iOS 9.3 is Apple’s most stable software ever

News & Press

iOS 9.3, Apple’s latest software update for its iPhones and iPads, is the company’s most stable release ever and crashes less than previous versions, it has been claimed. That’s despite a slew of complaints about the upgrade causing devices to become stuck in activation mode, as well as crashing major apps. App analytics company Apteligent... Read more

March 31st, 2016 by Joe Minihane

Apple iOS 9.3 has a lower crash rate than all active iOS builds and Android 6.0

News & Press

An app analysis firm named Apteligent has done a study of the crash rate seen on iOS 9.3 compared to some earlier builds, and has determined that it is one of the most stable new releases by Apple in years. This comes despite some of the issues that have affected the release, including one that... Read more

March 31st, 2016 by Alan F

Forbes: Apple iOS 9.3.1 Update Is Now Available And It Fixes A Pesky Safari Bug

News & Press

Apple released iOS 9.3 about 10 days ago with several major improvements including the Night Shift mode and Touch ID support for the Notes app, but the rollout of the software update was rather bumpy as it caused activation problems for several older iOS devices and a bug caused web browsing on Safari to become... Read more

March 31st, 2016 by Amit Chowdhry

Surprise! iOS 9.3 Is Actually Most Stable iOS In Years

News & Press

A quick run through Apple’s Support forums and a look over Twitter suggests iOS 9.3 is a buggy mess. But that’s simply not true, according to a new study. Apple’s AAPL 0.61% iOS 9.3 is the “most stable” release that the iPhone maker has pushed out “in years,” according to a study from developer-service provider... Read more

April 1st, 2016 by Don Reisinger

iOS 9.3.1 update released by Apple for iPhone and iPad to fix bug causing crashes

News & Press

Apple has released an updated version of the iOS 9.3 in the form of iOS 9.3.1 update to fix a bug that affected most iPhones and iPads which had their OS updated. The bug fix contains a crucial improvement and addresses the widespread issue where apps (and sometimes the device) would crash or hang when... Read more

April 1st, 2016 by Agamoni Ghosh

The Doctor is In: “Wearables” Office Hours with Chris Beauchamp

No joke: iOS 9.3 deemed ‘most stable new release in years’, less crash-prone than Android 6.0

News & Press

With April Fools’ Day still a solid 16 hours or so away at the time of this writing, at least stateside, you have to wonder what kind of pseudo-scientific research Apteligent must have conducted to conclude iOS 9.3 is Apple’s “most stable new release in years.” Yes, more stable than all iOS 8 sub-versions, and... Read more

March 31st, 2016 by Adrian Diaconescu

iOS 9.3 'Most Stable New Release in Years', Says Analytics Firm

News & Press

Despite its much-publicized problems, Apple’s iOS 9.3 is showing a lower crash rate than all active iOS builds, an app analytics firm reported yesterday (via AppleInsider). According to California-based Apteligent, over the past eight days iOS 9.3 has had a crash rate of only 2.2 percent, making it the most stable iOS release in circulation.... Read more

March 31st, 2016 by Tim Hardwick

The issues with iOS 9.3 may be slightly exaggerated

News & Press

iOS 9.3 is Apple’s largest mid-cycle release in a long time. However, the operating system upgrade has a bug that causes apps to crash after attempting to open links. While Apple has said it should be fixed shortly, we’re still seeing issues a week later. But is the issue blown out of proportion? Read more

March 31st, 2016 by Dennis Sellers

Here’s why iOS 9.3 update could be Apple’s best yet

News & Press

Apple’s new iOS 9.3 software is the ‘most stable new release in years’, according to an app analytics firm. Apteligent says that the crash rate for the new version is surprisingly low, as reported by Apple Insider. Over the eight days since launch, the crash rate has averaged out at just 2.2%. Many of the... Read more

March 31st, 2016 by Sean Keach

iOS 9.3 most stable release from Apple, more stable than Android 6.0

News & Press

According to a new report by app analytics firm Apteligent, Apple’s latest iOS 9.3 build is the most stable new release by the Cupertino-based company in years. The report revealed a 2.2% crash rate for iOS 9.3 in the past eight days. Read more

March 31st, 2016 by Himanshu

iOS 9.3 is Apple’s most stable software ever

News & Press

iOS 9.3, Apple’s latest software update for its iPhones and iPads, is the company’s most stable release ever and crashes less than previous versions, it has been claimed. That’s despite a slew of complaints about the upgrade causing devices to become stuck in activation mode, as well as crashing major apps. App analytics company Apteligent... Read more

March 31st, 2016 by Joe Minihane

Apple iOS 9.3 has a lower crash rate than all active iOS builds and Android 6.0

News & Press

An app analysis firm named Apteligent has done a study of the crash rate seen on iOS 9.3 compared to some earlier builds, and has determined that it is one of the most stable new releases by Apple in years. This comes despite some of the issues that have affected the release, including one that... Read more

March 31st, 2016 by Alan F

Forbes: Apple iOS 9.3.1 Update Is Now Available And It Fixes A Pesky Safari Bug

News & Press

Apple released iOS 9.3 about 10 days ago with several major improvements including the Night Shift mode and Touch ID support for the Notes app, but the rollout of the software update was rather bumpy as it caused activation problems for several older iOS devices and a bug caused web browsing on Safari to become... Read more

March 31st, 2016 by Amit Chowdhry

Surprise! iOS 9.3 Is Actually Most Stable iOS In Years

News & Press

A quick run through Apple’s Support forums and a look over Twitter suggests iOS 9.3 is a buggy mess. But that’s simply not true, according to a new study. Apple’s AAPL 0.61% iOS 9.3 is the “most stable” release that the iPhone maker has pushed out “in years,” according to a study from developer-service provider... Read more

April 1st, 2016 by Don Reisinger

iOS 9.3.1 update released by Apple for iPhone and iPad to fix bug causing crashes

News & Press

Apple has released an updated version of the iOS 9.3 in the form of iOS 9.3.1 update to fix a bug that affected most iPhones and iPads which had their OS updated. The bug fix contains a crucial improvement and addresses the widespread issue where apps (and sometimes the device) would crash or hang when... Read more

April 1st, 2016 by Agamoni Ghosh

Apple Watch is Affecting All Industries (Yes, Even Yours)

No joke: iOS 9.3 deemed ‘most stable new release in years’, less crash-prone than Android 6.0

News & Press

With April Fools’ Day still a solid 16 hours or so away at the time of this writing, at least stateside, you have to wonder what kind of pseudo-scientific research Apteligent must have conducted to conclude iOS 9.3 is Apple’s “most stable new release in years.” Yes, more stable than all iOS 8 sub-versions, and... Read more

March 31st, 2016 by Adrian Diaconescu

iOS 9.3 'Most Stable New Release in Years', Says Analytics Firm

News & Press

Despite its much-publicized problems, Apple’s iOS 9.3 is showing a lower crash rate than all active iOS builds, an app analytics firm reported yesterday (via AppleInsider). According to California-based Apteligent, over the past eight days iOS 9.3 has had a crash rate of only 2.2 percent, making it the most stable iOS release in circulation.... Read more

March 31st, 2016 by Tim Hardwick

The issues with iOS 9.3 may be slightly exaggerated

News & Press

iOS 9.3 is Apple’s largest mid-cycle release in a long time. However, the operating system upgrade has a bug that causes apps to crash after attempting to open links. While Apple has said it should be fixed shortly, we’re still seeing issues a week later. But is the issue blown out of proportion? Read more

March 31st, 2016 by Dennis Sellers

Here’s why iOS 9.3 update could be Apple’s best yet

News & Press

Apple’s new iOS 9.3 software is the ‘most stable new release in years’, according to an app analytics firm. Apteligent says that the crash rate for the new version is surprisingly low, as reported by Apple Insider. Over the eight days since launch, the crash rate has averaged out at just 2.2%. Many of the... Read more

March 31st, 2016 by Sean Keach

iOS 9.3 most stable release from Apple, more stable than Android 6.0

News & Press

According to a new report by app analytics firm Apteligent, Apple’s latest iOS 9.3 build is the most stable new release by the Cupertino-based company in years. The report revealed a 2.2% crash rate for iOS 9.3 in the past eight days. Read more

March 31st, 2016 by Himanshu

iOS 9.3 is Apple’s most stable software ever

News & Press

iOS 9.3, Apple’s latest software update for its iPhones and iPads, is the company’s most stable release ever and crashes less than previous versions, it has been claimed. That’s despite a slew of complaints about the upgrade causing devices to become stuck in activation mode, as well as crashing major apps. App analytics company Apteligent... Read more

March 31st, 2016 by Joe Minihane

Apple iOS 9.3 has a lower crash rate than all active iOS builds and Android 6.0

News & Press

An app analysis firm named Apteligent has done a study of the crash rate seen on iOS 9.3 compared to some earlier builds, and has determined that it is one of the most stable new releases by Apple in years. This comes despite some of the issues that have affected the release, including one that... Read more

March 31st, 2016 by Alan F

Forbes: Apple iOS 9.3.1 Update Is Now Available And It Fixes A Pesky Safari Bug

News & Press

Apple released iOS 9.3 about 10 days ago with several major improvements including the Night Shift mode and Touch ID support for the Notes app, but the rollout of the software update was rather bumpy as it caused activation problems for several older iOS devices and a bug caused web browsing on Safari to become... Read more

March 31st, 2016 by Amit Chowdhry

Surprise! iOS 9.3 Is Actually Most Stable iOS In Years

News & Press

A quick run through Apple’s Support forums and a look over Twitter suggests iOS 9.3 is a buggy mess. But that’s simply not true, according to a new study. Apple’s AAPL 0.61% iOS 9.3 is the “most stable” release that the iPhone maker has pushed out “in years,” according to a study from developer-service provider... Read more

April 1st, 2016 by Don Reisinger

iOS 9.3.1 update released by Apple for iPhone and iPad to fix bug causing crashes

News & Press

Apple has released an updated version of the iOS 9.3 in the form of iOS 9.3.1 update to fix a bug that affected most iPhones and iPads which had their OS updated. The bug fix contains a crucial improvement and addresses the widespread issue where apps (and sometimes the device) would crash or hang when... Read more

April 1st, 2016 by Agamoni Ghosh

“Watch” Out: The Wearables Race is On

No joke: iOS 9.3 deemed ‘most stable new release in years’, less crash-prone than Android 6.0

News & Press

With April Fools’ Day still a solid 16 hours or so away at the time of this writing, at least stateside, you have to wonder what kind of pseudo-scientific research Apteligent must have conducted to conclude iOS 9.3 is Apple’s “most stable new release in years.” Yes, more stable than all iOS 8 sub-versions, and... Read more

March 31st, 2016 by Adrian Diaconescu

iOS 9.3 'Most Stable New Release in Years', Says Analytics Firm

News & Press

Despite its much-publicized problems, Apple’s iOS 9.3 is showing a lower crash rate than all active iOS builds, an app analytics firm reported yesterday (via AppleInsider). According to California-based Apteligent, over the past eight days iOS 9.3 has had a crash rate of only 2.2 percent, making it the most stable iOS release in circulation.... Read more

March 31st, 2016 by Tim Hardwick

The issues with iOS 9.3 may be slightly exaggerated

News & Press

iOS 9.3 is Apple’s largest mid-cycle release in a long time. However, the operating system upgrade has a bug that causes apps to crash after attempting to open links. While Apple has said it should be fixed shortly, we’re still seeing issues a week later. But is the issue blown out of proportion? Read more

March 31st, 2016 by Dennis Sellers

Here’s why iOS 9.3 update could be Apple’s best yet

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Apple’s new iOS 9.3 software is the ‘most stable new release in years’, according to an app analytics firm. Apteligent says that the crash rate for the new version is surprisingly low, as reported by Apple Insider. Over the eight days since launch, the crash rate has averaged out at just 2.2%. Many of the... Read more

March 31st, 2016 by Sean Keach

iOS 9.3 most stable release from Apple, more stable than Android 6.0

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According to a new report by app analytics firm Apteligent, Apple’s latest iOS 9.3 build is the most stable new release by the Cupertino-based company in years. The report revealed a 2.2% crash rate for iOS 9.3 in the past eight days. Read more

March 31st, 2016 by Himanshu

iOS 9.3 is Apple’s most stable software ever

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iOS 9.3, Apple’s latest software update for its iPhones and iPads, is the company’s most stable release ever and crashes less than previous versions, it has been claimed. That’s despite a slew of complaints about the upgrade causing devices to become stuck in activation mode, as well as crashing major apps. App analytics company Apteligent... Read more

March 31st, 2016 by Joe Minihane

Apple iOS 9.3 has a lower crash rate than all active iOS builds and Android 6.0

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An app analysis firm named Apteligent has done a study of the crash rate seen on iOS 9.3 compared to some earlier builds, and has determined that it is one of the most stable new releases by Apple in years. This comes despite some of the issues that have affected the release, including one that... Read more

March 31st, 2016 by Alan F

Forbes: Apple iOS 9.3.1 Update Is Now Available And It Fixes A Pesky Safari Bug

News & Press

Apple released iOS 9.3 about 10 days ago with several major improvements including the Night Shift mode and Touch ID support for the Notes app, but the rollout of the software update was rather bumpy as it caused activation problems for several older iOS devices and a bug caused web browsing on Safari to become... Read more

March 31st, 2016 by Amit Chowdhry

Surprise! iOS 9.3 Is Actually Most Stable iOS In Years

News & Press

A quick run through Apple’s Support forums and a look over Twitter suggests iOS 9.3 is a buggy mess. But that’s simply not true, according to a new study. Apple’s AAPL 0.61% iOS 9.3 is the “most stable” release that the iPhone maker has pushed out “in years,” according to a study from developer-service provider... Read more

April 1st, 2016 by Don Reisinger

iOS 9.3.1 update released by Apple for iPhone and iPad to fix bug causing crashes

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Apple has released an updated version of the iOS 9.3 in the form of iOS 9.3.1 update to fix a bug that affected most iPhones and iPads which had their OS updated. The bug fix contains a crucial improvement and addresses the widespread issue where apps (and sometimes the device) would crash or hang when... Read more

April 1st, 2016 by Agamoni Ghosh

Introducing More Insight: The Apteligent App for Splunk® Enterprise

No joke: iOS 9.3 deemed ‘most stable new release in years’, less crash-prone than Android 6.0

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With April Fools’ Day still a solid 16 hours or so away at the time of this writing, at least stateside, you have to wonder what kind of pseudo-scientific research Apteligent must have conducted to conclude iOS 9.3 is Apple’s “most stable new release in years.” Yes, more stable than all iOS 8 sub-versions, and... Read more

March 31st, 2016 by Adrian Diaconescu

iOS 9.3 'Most Stable New Release in Years', Says Analytics Firm

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Despite its much-publicized problems, Apple’s iOS 9.3 is showing a lower crash rate than all active iOS builds, an app analytics firm reported yesterday (via AppleInsider). According to California-based Apteligent, over the past eight days iOS 9.3 has had a crash rate of only 2.2 percent, making it the most stable iOS release in circulation.... Read more

March 31st, 2016 by Tim Hardwick

The issues with iOS 9.3 may be slightly exaggerated

News & Press

iOS 9.3 is Apple’s largest mid-cycle release in a long time. However, the operating system upgrade has a bug that causes apps to crash after attempting to open links. While Apple has said it should be fixed shortly, we’re still seeing issues a week later. But is the issue blown out of proportion? Read more

March 31st, 2016 by Dennis Sellers

Here’s why iOS 9.3 update could be Apple’s best yet

News & Press

Apple’s new iOS 9.3 software is the ‘most stable new release in years’, according to an app analytics firm. Apteligent says that the crash rate for the new version is surprisingly low, as reported by Apple Insider. Over the eight days since launch, the crash rate has averaged out at just 2.2%. Many of the... Read more

March 31st, 2016 by Sean Keach

iOS 9.3 most stable release from Apple, more stable than Android 6.0

News & Press

According to a new report by app analytics firm Apteligent, Apple’s latest iOS 9.3 build is the most stable new release by the Cupertino-based company in years. The report revealed a 2.2% crash rate for iOS 9.3 in the past eight days. Read more

March 31st, 2016 by Himanshu

iOS 9.3 is Apple’s most stable software ever

News & Press

iOS 9.3, Apple’s latest software update for its iPhones and iPads, is the company’s most stable release ever and crashes less than previous versions, it has been claimed. That’s despite a slew of complaints about the upgrade causing devices to become stuck in activation mode, as well as crashing major apps. App analytics company Apteligent... Read more

March 31st, 2016 by Joe Minihane

Apple iOS 9.3 has a lower crash rate than all active iOS builds and Android 6.0

News & Press

An app analysis firm named Apteligent has done a study of the crash rate seen on iOS 9.3 compared to some earlier builds, and has determined that it is one of the most stable new releases by Apple in years. This comes despite some of the issues that have affected the release, including one that... Read more

March 31st, 2016 by Alan F

Forbes: Apple iOS 9.3.1 Update Is Now Available And It Fixes A Pesky Safari Bug

News & Press

Apple released iOS 9.3 about 10 days ago with several major improvements including the Night Shift mode and Touch ID support for the Notes app, but the rollout of the software update was rather bumpy as it caused activation problems for several older iOS devices and a bug caused web browsing on Safari to become... Read more

March 31st, 2016 by Amit Chowdhry

Surprise! iOS 9.3 Is Actually Most Stable iOS In Years

News & Press

A quick run through Apple’s Support forums and a look over Twitter suggests iOS 9.3 is a buggy mess. But that’s simply not true, according to a new study. Apple’s AAPL 0.61% iOS 9.3 is the “most stable” release that the iPhone maker has pushed out “in years,” according to a study from developer-service provider... Read more

April 1st, 2016 by Don Reisinger

iOS 9.3.1 update released by Apple for iPhone and iPad to fix bug causing crashes

News & Press

Apple has released an updated version of the iOS 9.3 in the form of iOS 9.3.1 update to fix a bug that affected most iPhones and iPads which had their OS updated. The bug fix contains a crucial improvement and addresses the widespread issue where apps (and sometimes the device) would crash or hang when... Read more

April 1st, 2016 by Agamoni Ghosh

Apple Watch Apps – Use Cases and Best Practices

No joke: iOS 9.3 deemed ‘most stable new release in years’, less crash-prone than Android 6.0

News & Press

With April Fools’ Day still a solid 16 hours or so away at the time of this writing, at least stateside, you have to wonder what kind of pseudo-scientific research Apteligent must have conducted to conclude iOS 9.3 is Apple’s “most stable new release in years.” Yes, more stable than all iOS 8 sub-versions, and... Read more

March 31st, 2016 by Adrian Diaconescu

iOS 9.3 'Most Stable New Release in Years', Says Analytics Firm

News & Press

Despite its much-publicized problems, Apple’s iOS 9.3 is showing a lower crash rate than all active iOS builds, an app analytics firm reported yesterday (via AppleInsider). According to California-based Apteligent, over the past eight days iOS 9.3 has had a crash rate of only 2.2 percent, making it the most stable iOS release in circulation.... Read more

March 31st, 2016 by Tim Hardwick

The issues with iOS 9.3 may be slightly exaggerated

News & Press

iOS 9.3 is Apple’s largest mid-cycle release in a long time. However, the operating system upgrade has a bug that causes apps to crash after attempting to open links. While Apple has said it should be fixed shortly, we’re still seeing issues a week later. But is the issue blown out of proportion? Read more

March 31st, 2016 by Dennis Sellers

Here’s why iOS 9.3 update could be Apple’s best yet

News & Press

Apple’s new iOS 9.3 software is the ‘most stable new release in years’, according to an app analytics firm. Apteligent says that the crash rate for the new version is surprisingly low, as reported by Apple Insider. Over the eight days since launch, the crash rate has averaged out at just 2.2%. Many of the... Read more

March 31st, 2016 by Sean Keach

iOS 9.3 most stable release from Apple, more stable than Android 6.0

News & Press

According to a new report by app analytics firm Apteligent, Apple’s latest iOS 9.3 build is the most stable new release by the Cupertino-based company in years. The report revealed a 2.2% crash rate for iOS 9.3 in the past eight days. Read more

March 31st, 2016 by Himanshu

iOS 9.3 is Apple’s most stable software ever

News & Press

iOS 9.3, Apple’s latest software update for its iPhones and iPads, is the company’s most stable release ever and crashes less than previous versions, it has been claimed. That’s despite a slew of complaints about the upgrade causing devices to become stuck in activation mode, as well as crashing major apps. App analytics company Apteligent... Read more

March 31st, 2016 by Joe Minihane

Apple iOS 9.3 has a lower crash rate than all active iOS builds and Android 6.0

News & Press

An app analysis firm named Apteligent has done a study of the crash rate seen on iOS 9.3 compared to some earlier builds, and has determined that it is one of the most stable new releases by Apple in years. This comes despite some of the issues that have affected the release, including one that... Read more

March 31st, 2016 by Alan F

Forbes: Apple iOS 9.3.1 Update Is Now Available And It Fixes A Pesky Safari Bug

News & Press

Apple released iOS 9.3 about 10 days ago with several major improvements including the Night Shift mode and Touch ID support for the Notes app, but the rollout of the software update was rather bumpy as it caused activation problems for several older iOS devices and a bug caused web browsing on Safari to become... Read more

March 31st, 2016 by Amit Chowdhry

Surprise! iOS 9.3 Is Actually Most Stable iOS In Years

News & Press

A quick run through Apple’s Support forums and a look over Twitter suggests iOS 9.3 is a buggy mess. But that’s simply not true, according to a new study. Apple’s AAPL 0.61% iOS 9.3 is the “most stable” release that the iPhone maker has pushed out “in years,” according to a study from developer-service provider... Read more

April 1st, 2016 by Don Reisinger

iOS 9.3.1 update released by Apple for iPhone and iPad to fix bug causing crashes

News & Press

Apple has released an updated version of the iOS 9.3 in the form of iOS 9.3.1 update to fix a bug that affected most iPhones and iPads which had their OS updated. The bug fix contains a crucial improvement and addresses the widespread issue where apps (and sometimes the device) would crash or hang when... Read more

April 1st, 2016 by Agamoni Ghosh