Apple’s iOS 10 Update Screws Up iPhones Of Early Adopters
Why it pays to wait, sometimes
Though Apple claims the problem has since been fixed, dozens of users reported serious, phone-freezing problems when they installed the latest free update for their iPhones and iPads, earlier today.
The update, which appears automatically in the “Settings” app on the iPhone and iPad, carries the latest version of Apple’s mobile operating system, which offers a host of cool new features for Siri, iMessage, and other apps. But instead of getting access to all that, the early iOS 10 early adopters their devices enter “Safe Mode,” showing only the charging icon.
Look at this mess: