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Latest Apple iPhone iOS auto-refresh bug fixed by Twitter 8.1.5

Written by Hassan Abbas

Social media service Twitter lit up with complaints from iOS customers who found a totally unwelcome behavior in a recent update – the app would robotically refresh whilst users have been scrolling through their Twitter timeline, sending them back up to the top. After acknowledging the problem, Twitter has pushed out an replace that’s now available for download from the App Store. Look for version 8.1.5 to correct the hassle.

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After a maddening weekend of head-scratching and complaining from social media users who depend on each Twitter and Twitter’s personal purchaser utility, Twitter recounted the hassle on Monday afternoon and promised to push out a restoration as quickly as feasible.

That restore came overdue on Tuesday nighttime:

Restoration for the automobile-scrolling malicious program is rolling out now! Thanks for your patience while we worked on this. Please update your iOS app to model 8.1.5when it becomes available for you.

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Restore Own service

Twitter may also have cited the restore on its very own service. But it didn’t clearly well known the hassle within the 8.1.5’s release notes. Those notes actually study, “We made upgrades and squashed insects so Twitter is even higher for you.” That’s Twitter’s boilerplate text for maintenance updates and malicious program fixes.

Were you affected by way of the Twitter vehicle-scroll malicious program? Did it drive you loopy? Has the 8.1.5replace fixed it for you? Let us know inside the feedback.

Twitter for iPhone

Over the weekend, Twitter for iPhone users commenced experiencing buggy auto-refresh conduct following an app replace. Essentially, the timeline would refresh randomly, inflicting humans to lose track of what they were reading. Now, Twitter says that it is rolling out a fix for the trouble.

As we speculated the day gone by, the Twitter vehicle-refresh functionality became probably meant to manifest seamlessly, with new tweets being silently inserted at the top. Instead, the actual functionality turned into something but seamless.

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Twitter for iOS users

Since a remaining week, Twitter for iOS users was complaining that their timeline could randomly refresh automatically, and leap to the top. For example, you would be in the center of studying a tweet, and your timeline could refresh and jump to the pinnacle, causing you to lose your spot for your timeline.

In a submit these days, Twitter says that a fix for this trouble is rolling out now with version 8.1.5 of its iOS app:

Twitter for iOS is available as a loose download on the App Store. Be certain to update these days with a purpose to prevent the car-refresh timeline malicious program from affecting you to any extent further.

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Hassan Abbas

Tech enthusiast with too many items on his wish-list and not nearly enough money! Specializing in all things tech, with a slight Apple bent he has been writing for various blogs for the best part of (too many) years

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