Apple (NASDAQ: AAPL) last month released iOS 9.3, an update to "the world's most advanced operating system."
However, many iOS users who downloaded the iOS 9.3 update encountered problems immediately.
Clicking on Web links on devices running iOS 9.3 caused apps such as Safari, Chrome and Notes to stop working altogether.
In addition, InformationWeek reported these issues affected preinstalled apps made by Apple, along with apps produced by third-party developers.
Finding the best way to fix this bug proved to be a significant challenge for iOS users worldwide.
Apple responded to iOS users' concerns and released a fix for the bug.
Many iOS users remained frustrated, despite the fix.
Some iOS users continued to report problems.
Other iOS users, meanwhile, suggested avoiding the iOS update.
@appleinsider ahh, I wasn't affected by this bug. Updating to 9.3.1 eats up 400-500 mb of storage. So if you're not affected, don't update— Myo (@myotheinoo) March 31, 2016