Apple Inc. this week released iOS 10 to iOS devices, which subsequently bricked select user devices who utilized the over-the-air update option.

iOS 10 includes an updated Messages app, native app for Home Automation, redesigned apps for Music, Maps, and News, and redesigned lock screen.

Tues. morning, select owners, including an iPhone 6S Plus owned by Punch Jump, was bricked after an over-the-air update. The update process rendered the phone unusable and required the user to connect to iTunes in order to restore the phone back to iOS 9.3.5 or reset the device to factory specifications.

Apple this morning said some users encountered an issue with the iOS 10 update and that the installation problem has been resolved.

iPhone 7Apple this week will release the iPhone 7, which will utilize the A10 Fusion, a 64-bit four-core CPU that is 40 percent faster than the 6 and 6S Plus. It includes a six-core GPU.

The camera includes optical image stabilization, 1.8 aperture, new 12MP sensor, Quad-LED flash, and 7MP FaceTime HD camera.

The Plus SKU will have two 12MP cameras – wide-angle and telephoto lens for improved zoom and depth of field capabilities.

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