iPhone 5 came to life for Apple users in 2012, and although the technology giant has not sold this smartphone since 2013, many people are still using it.
Now all of them have received good news: the phone still receives updates, but its users are forced to apply them if they don’t want to see how their device starts to work inappropriately.
According to Apple, all those who have an iPhone 5 in their possession are required to upgrade their iOS operating system to version 10.3.4 by November 3. Otherwise, they will lose key phone features and their applications will collapse.
In the company’s words, “iPhone 5 will require an iOS (operating system) update to preserve the GPS’s precise location function and continue to use date- and time-based features, including the App Store, iCloud, email, and Safari.
“This update corrects the GPS time reset problem that began affecting GPS products from other manufacturers on April 6,” Apple adds.