Itunes broke while updating

The later and darker it gets, the warmer the temperature.It uses the device's clock and location to determine when it's sunset, then automatically shifts the colours to the warmer end of the spectrum Users are now complaining that a bug caused by the Universal Links feature is causing apps such as Mail, Safari and Messages to crash, after they have clicked on certain links that force sites to open in apps other than Safari.If you installed i Tunes 12.5.2, it’s almost certainly worth installing the latest version of 12.5.3, under the assumption that whatever the changes may have been, they were so small that it wasn’t even worth moving the version number to 12.5.4.

Even if it isn't technically a full brick, it's the furthest thing from ideal, and no one wants a useless phone.

Apple has issued a statement that it has resolved the issue already, but for anyone who was affected, here's a quick-and-dirty guide to getting your phone back to normal: And that should take care of it.

If you are ready to take this step, check out our article on how to restore using DFU mode.

Hopefully these tips helped you and your i Phone is no longer bricked.

In response, Apple released a second version of the software update for older devices, allowing users to skip the Apple ID login, while the version can also be used to unbrick handsets via a computer, The Guardian reported.

Users are now complaining that a bug caused by the Universal Links feature is causing apps such as Mail, Safari and Messages to crash, after they have clicked on certain links that force sites to open in apps other than Safari. It changes the colour temperature of the phone's display when it's dark outside.

Apple released i Tunes 12.5.2 recently to fix a problem with play order and squash a bug related to lyrics and Beats 1 (see “i Tunes 12.5.2,” 28 October 2016).

However, many people were surprised when the App Store app started offering i Tunes 12.5.3 shortly after that, with exactly the same release notes.

If after updating you’re getting an error saying “The i Phone could not be restored.

An unknown error occurred,” we recommend restoring your i Device in DFU mode.

Everything seemed so smooth and easy UNTIL your i Phone, i Pad, or other i Device got stuck on the connect to i Tunes logo! That’s why your i Phone or other i Device is unable to turn back on (bricked.) So our goal is to get your i Phone fully updated, turned on, and working so you focus on the fun of i OS instead of these frustrations!

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