In the spring of this year it became known about the error in GPS-Navigator, which was called Y2K. Potentially, it could lead to distortion of location data. Major manufacturers of navigators have already prepared a software patch for their devices. However, this problem is not only in navigation.
Copertina warned users of older iPhone and iPad about possible problems with geolocation. It is likely that on 3 November at 15:00 Moscow time this feature will work intermittently or will turn off completely. This is due to the Y2K bug.
The problem may affect several of Apple’s mobile devices. Among them:
- iPhone 4s
- iPhone 5
- iPad mini Wi-Fi + LTE
- iPad 2 Wi-Fi + LTE
- iPad 3 Wi-Fi + LTE
- iPad 4 Wi-Fi + LTE
To eliminate possible problems with geolocation cupertinos strongly recommend that owners of these devices to update their iPhone and iPad to the latest supported versions of iOS (iOS 9.3.6 or iOS 10.3.4).
Install updates recommended until 3 November.