A troublesome and costly bug in the iOS 13.3 software release is causing overages on wireless data limits and there’s no explanation as to why…
There’s a strange and very expensive bug is plaguing iPhone owners running version 13.3 of the mobile software. First brought to the public’s attention by Gordon Kelly, over at Forbes, it’s an oddity that’s costing iPhone owners a substantial sum of money. Worse still, nobody seems to know why it’s happening or how to fix it, even the Apple corporation.
iPhone Data Usage Bug Exceeding Wireless Plan Limits
The problem is so severe, it’s causing people’s data limits to quickly be reached or exceeded, even after taking various measures, like uninstalling apps or shutting off their devices completely.
To make matters even more infuriating, there doesn’t seem to be any way to stop it from occurring. Additionally, updating to iOS 13.4 doesn’t yield any results, the problem still persists, with anecdotal reports of people experiencing more than 50GB of data.
It’s happening on both the AT&T and Verizon networks, with tech support team members telling subscribers the telecoms are also seeing huge data consumption. Although, Verizon thinks it might be due with something for the audio and video ports, AT&T has not made any such assumptions.