If individuals have ever known the agony of a malfunctioning HomePod or Apple Watch, they will be satisfied to hear a new fix could be in transit.
Apple gives off an impression of being testing the ability to restore an iPhone, iPad or different gadgets to its box-fresh state with a feature that will be accessible over the air.
The game may have been given away in uncovering subtleties that point to a feature that will make that a reality in the third beta version of iOS 13.4.
Inside that beta are notices of a feature called ‘OS Recovery’ and it appears to be an approach to restore iOS and Apple gadgets over the air. For those gadgets like the HomePod (or the magnetically-charged Apple Watch) that don’t have a physical port, this could be an incredible method to bring them back to life.
Notwithstanding, regardless of whether this iOS feature goes to any semblance of WatchOS, which the platform that Apple’s wearable runs on, remains to be seen.
To restore and reinstall operating systems on Apple gadgets at present, individuals need to plug them into a PC.
A feature like this accessible over the internet, or through another gadget in the household running iOS 13, would unquestionably remove a portion of the torment of experiencing the procedure.
It would likewise carry it a lot nearer to how Apple’s Migration Assistant tool takes a shot at Mac’s.
As this has cropped up in beta, Apple could well test it and may decide not to incorporate it. Or on the other hand, it could be getting things up to standard to release it in a future iOS update. Perhaps for iOS 14, which is probably going to land in the not so distant future.
Disclaimer: The views, suggestions, and opinions expressed here are the sole responsibility of the experts. No Fortune Bulletin journalist was involved in the writing and production of this article.