iPhone 6S

Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL)’s iPhone 6 plus might not be the coolest device as earlier thought, people continue to face air crashing problems associated with the high-end smartphone. A number of people have already replaced their initial purchases after experiencing crashing related issues that prompt the phone to enter into a reboot loop.

Problem Down to Apps Overload

The problem is already a big talking point seen by an Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL)’s Support Communities forum, which has attracted 9,000 views with more than 60 replies. The 128GB iPhone 6 Plus remains the most affected in this case especially on installation of more than 700 apps. The issue according to some quarters could be due to Apple’s new operating software upgrade iOS 8.1.

Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) has not yet officially commented on the matter or said what it is planning to do as the number of people affected with the issue is not yet known. The severity of the problem could be limited should the issue be attributed to overloading of phone in terms of apps uploads.

While Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) has opted to replace some of the affected phones, some people have been told to wait as their repair tickets go up the tech support chain. Only a bunch of people have reported success with the new replacement.

Probable Solutions

Restoring initial factory settings then installing previously purchased apps manually was mooted as a possible solution for few users. Installing apps manually is not going well with some users especially those whose apps download run into hundreds. Installing apps manually has also not worked to the satisfactions of other users as on further usage, some of the devices have gone back to the crash cycle.

Some of the users have also pointed out that turning on the Display Zoom function alleviates the crashing cycles although the method has not yet been fully proven.