Apple fans who rushed out to buy the company's newest iPhone over the last few weeks are finding that their brand new handset sometimes presents them with the dreaded Blue Screen of Death, also known as BSOD. Though it doesn't look exactly like Microsoft's famous Stop Error, The Verge writes that some iPhone 5S users are reporting blue screen crashes and reboots.
The problem seems to be mainly with Apple's own iWorks apps, but users are reporting the same issue is also occurring with Facetime, Safari, the camera app and even installing applications. Folks on Twitter and Apple's support pages have talked about workarounds. These include exiting a document before you hit the home key, and turning Pages, Numbers, and Keynote off in iCloud's documents and data. Unfortunately, these are just workarounds, and Apple has yet to comment on the issue or provide a fix.