Apple sent e-mails to several iCloud users today. The main reason is that there is a bug in iOS 10.3 that may have caused many services that were disabled in Apple’s cloud service to be accidentally re-enabled.
What happened in iCloud?
Apple requests in the email that users go to the iCloud settings to ensure that they disable any services that may have been accidentally activated with the iOS 10.3 upgrade. However, it is not certain which iCloud services have been affected.
The e-mail with which the team has contacted the users is as follows:
Not all services have been affected
The Apple team has clarified that Apple’s cloud photography, keychain and ‘find my iPhone’ services have not been affected by this issue. All other affected services have been fixed with the iOS 10.3.1 update . For those who have not updated to this version, we strongly recommend that you do so to avoid future problems. Apple has not yet given any figures on affected users, but claims that this was only a small part of it.
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