Apple has sent out emails to some iOS users, informing them that the recent update to iOS 10.3 may have enabled some on-device services after they were initially disabled by the user.
iOS 10.3 May Have Re-Enabled Some Services, What you should do now?
As first reported by MacRumors, Apple has sent out emails to some iOS users, signaling that a bug in iOS 10.3 may lead to some iCloud services being re-enabled after they were initially disabled by the user. The email suggests users should go into Settings and check to see if any of those services they turned off have been turned back on.
Unfortunately, the email doesn’t explicitly say any one specific service that might be reactivated, but the report does say that one user had iCloud Mail deactivated, and iOS 10.3 reactivated it:
“We discovered a bug in the recent iOS 10.3 software update that impacted a small number of iCloud users. This may have inadvertently reenabled some iCloud services that you had previously disabled on your device.
what you should do now: We suggest you go to iCloud settings on your iOS device to make sure that only the services you’d like to use are enabled.
Learn more about how to manage your iCloud settings or contact AppleCare with any questions.
The iCloud team”
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