Apple problems fixed for bugs that affect widgets and Apple Music for the iPhone 13 iPhone 13

The day has come to mark iPhone 13 and iPad mini 6's launch day and a few users who have gotten their devices are encountering some minor issues in their devices. In the early hours of today, reported that some iPhone 13 users are unable to access the fad Apple Watch Unlock feature. Apple has also released two support documents that address problems related to Apple Music along with Home Screen widgets on the new models.

In the beginning, Apple claims to have discovered "an issue where widgets might revert to their default settings after you restore your iPhone or iPad from a backup." The issue is affecting the following devices "limited number" of the Apple devices: Apple:

  • iPhone 13
  • iPhone 13 mini
  • iPhone 13 Pro
  • iPhone 13 Pro Max
  • iPad (9th generation)
  • iPad mini (6th generation)

It appears that the widgets you have set are not reset following the restoration of your brand fresh iPhone or iPad from an iCloud backup, there's no way to fix the issue.

Instead, to fix this problem Apple suggests users modify the settings of their widget by hand. For this, follow these steps:

  1. Press and hold on to the widget to access the menu of quick actions.
  2. Click Edit [widget name as Tap Edit [widget name].
  3. Change your settings, then tap the outside of the widget to close it.

In the second document of support released overnight, Apple says that some iPhone 13, iPad 9, as well as iPad mini users, are not able to access Apple Music in the event that you restore your device from an iCloud backup. Apple states that the people "might not be able to access the Apple Music catalog, Apple Music settings, or use Sync Library on your new device."

Apple has released a one-day upgrade for its iPad 9, iPad mini as well as iPhone 13 lineup to resolve this problem.

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