Apple has released a new update to fix the problems of older generation iPhones and iPads. Apple announced the update from the official site.
If you’re using an iPhone or iPad introduced earlier than 2012, it’s a good idea to check for updates. Apple has released a new update for these devices, saying old iPhone and iPads have errors in time, date and location information.
The problem is caused by the Global Positioning System, which shows that devices do not receive accurate date, time, and location information in conflict with GPSs so that the devices cannot be used for more than one day; location, date and time information is reset, they do not provide accurate information.
Many GPS systems were also affected. GPS manufacturers like TomTom and Garmin have been releasing patches for this issue for some time now, and Apple is doing the same thing.
The problem that caused the devices’ GPS services to not work properly was first seen on April 6, but Apple said their devices will not be affected until November 3rd. So for now, your device will not be a problem, but still in the future to avoid problems we recommend you to update. Devices with the latest version of Apple already had this update; So there is no situation to fear for them.
On the Apple official site, he mentioned the update as follows: “If you do not update to the latest version of iOS available for your device until November 3, 2019, the GPS location may no longer be displayed correctly on some models. functions may not work. “