Microsoft fixes Skype crashes on Apple’s newest iPhones
The much-discussed iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus have finally started to ship but haven’t turned out to be the great success that Apple is used to yet. The company’s latest iPhones didn’t manage yet to attract the traditional tons of buyers outside of its Apple Stores all over the world like it used to. Still, there were enough Apple fans who decided to but the new devices.
Skype iOS app bugs
More and more users who’ve bought the latest iPhones are complaining about a bug on Skype’s iOS app that causes a crash on the brand new iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus. The first complaints originated on Twitter and Microsoft has already acknowledged the issue. The company successfully tested a fix for the issue internally and rolled out an update to the public which should be able to fix things.
Fix Skype crashes on iOS
On its official support page, Microsoft stated that the company is well aware of the issue on the latest Apple’s iPhones and its engineers already found a fix.
An updated version of Skype for iPhone (v8.7) is now available for download on the iOS App Store. Depending on your settings, the update will either be downloaded automatically or is available on the app’s store page.
We apologize for any inconvenience this may have caused. Thank you for continuing to use Skype!
You can now check the store and download the latest Skype version.
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