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Crashing Apps On iOS 9.3 Acknowledged By Apple, working on a fix

Soon after Apple fixed the
activation bug, many users
started venting out their
frustration over Apple support forums about a new iOS 9 bug that caused apps to crash or freeze when opening links.

According to 9To5Mac, Apple has now acknowledged the issue and is working on a fix (likely to be a software update 9.3.1).
Apple acknowledges crashing app

“We are aware of this issue, and we will release a fix in a
software update soon,” the
iPhone maker told the news
site. The report further adds
that the reason for this new
bug depends upon the apps
that are installed by the user
and how the app handles
universal links.

“On Twitter, it
was found that their website association file, used by the system for the universal links feature introduced with iOS 9, was many megabytes, grossly
oversized. This would
essentially overload the
daemon that had to parse these files, causing the
crashing,” adds report.

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The report had earlier hinted at Bookings.com as the cause of the bug, but now reportedly Bookings.com has corrected its payload file. The report also suggests that users with Bookings.com installed should delete or reinstall the app. However, the bug could be due to several apps, and it is not
possible to find out every app
that could cause the issue.

So, Apple is believed to be
working on a way that can
better handle universal links
APIs. The upcoming software
update will enable iOS to handle huge payloads files,
instead of just crashing on the spot, finally adds report.

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