Updates to iOS 12.2 and macOS 10.14.4 have brought new Apple News, to users, but some Apple News users and Apple News subscribers have found the new service a little bad because it has been dodging.
According to foreign media reports, an updated Apple News app that starts on macOS or iOS could temporarily display the content and then flash, or even crash the program.
There seems to be no common ground between the devices that appear to have these severe BUG, which is not limited to devices running iOS 12.2 or macOS beta, nor is it associated with a iCloud account. At present, reinstalling the system will not solve the problem.
Apple has rolled out a full-fledged fix after discovering the BUG, and the Apple News and Apple News flash crashes have now been resolved and the app works.
The Apple News, a new service launched by Apple in the early hours of March 26, offers subscribers a full range of magazine, newspaper and digital reading for $9.99 a month and a free one-month trial.
Apple News's existing well-known magazines include Atlantic monthly, Beautiful residence and Courtyard, Cond é Nast Traveler, Mr. Esquire Fashion and Vanity Fair (Vanity Fair, as well as more popular digital publications.