Only a week after the release of the iPhone 13 and many other Apple products, buyers of new models will have to update their devices due to an error preventing smooth playback of music, as it was discovered that both the new iPhone 13 and Apple iPads were affected by this music bug, and Apple issued a notice To report the error to users, which can be quickly fixed when users update their devices, and if devices are left unattended, the bug prevents users from accessing the Apple Music catalog or settings or using their sync library if the new device is restored from a backup.
Apple devices that will be affected by Apple Music glitch
The devices that will be affected by the Apple Music bug are believed to be iPhone 13, iPhone 13 mini, iPhone 13 Pro, and iPhone 13 Pro Max, and the latest Apple iPad mini and 9th generation iPad are also affected by the bug.
It is reported that among the range of devices that Apple revealed during its annual event last week, the iPhone 13 Pro Max, which comes with some great features and its price is 1,600 dollars, in terms of performance, the iPhone 13 Pro Max outperforms the lower models in several aspects including Battery life, screen brightness, screen size, etc.
flaw Apple Music the only drawback so far
Currently, the Apple Music flaw is the only flaw that can be noticed in Apple’s latest product offerings, and the company has recently been plagued by embarrassing leaks of its trade secrets by its employees, and despite taking drastic measures at times to curb the leaks, it’s still not working. It still exists, but the Apple Music glitch didn’t leak before the devices were launched last week, which could have caused a serious embarrassment for the company.