In case you've been having hassle launching track advent app GarageBand after updating to iOS 11, you are not on my own. Fortunately, Apple is acutely aware of the problem.
Many GarageBand customers have spotted that when putting in iOS 11, they have got been not able to release the app with out it crashing right away. In line with a support page on Apple's web site, the corporate is "acutely aware of the problem and is investigating answers." This is simply the most recent in a line of many insects Apple has been making an attempt to cope with following iOS 11's unencumber, together with haptic problems with the iPhone 7 and crackling noises coming from the earpieces throughout calls on iPhone 8.
Like all of the different issues customers are experiencing post-update, this is not affecting everybody. On the other hand, in case you are one of the crucial people suffering to open GarageBand on your software Apple suggests turning off iCloud for GarageBand as a transient answer:
- Release the Settings app for iOS.
- Faucet your Apple ID banner.
- Faucet iCloud.
- Below Apps The use of iCloud, toggle off the on/off transfer subsequent to GarageBand.
Sadly, this does imply that you simply will be unable to get admission to any GarageBand songs you may have stored to iCloud Force. They may not be deleted or the rest — they will nonetheless be there while you transfer iCloud again on — however you will be unable to paintings on them till the problem is mounted. Any new songs you create shall be stored in your software's local reminiscence.
GarageBand is loose on the App Retailer. It comes pre-installed whilst you acquire an Apple software, however should you've deleted it and wish it again, you'll get it right here:
- GarageBand - Loose - Download now
Have you ever been experiencing any problems with GarageBand since updating to iOS 11? Give us a shout in the feedback and tell us if switching off iCloud fixes the problem for you.