LUCKY PATCHER Revdl, the maker of the iPhone Lucky Patcher, says he has seen his share of crashes.
In a post on Twitter on Friday, Revdl noted that a new update for iPhone Lucky patcher has been deployed to address the issue.
A tweet from Revdl on Saturday read: #LuckyPatcher v0.3.3 (release) updated for iPhone 5s and iPhone 5c.
It includes an update to fix a crash bug, and an update for other minor bugs that are being worked on.
Revdl says he was told that the bug would be fixed on the 5s update.
Revdol says he’s also been told that Apple has deployed an update that fixes a crash issue with Lucky Patchers.
“It should fix everything,” Revdl wrote on Twitter.
The Lucky Patches app, which was designed to make the iPhone easier to use, has been around for over a decade and has also seen some major updates in recent years.
In December, the iPhone 5 was updated with a version of Lucky Patch that allowed users to create a custom wallpaper.
It also came with a new feature that let users see and edit the phone’s contacts and calendar.
Apple has since rolled out the iOS 10.3 update to iOS 11.2, and the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus are the first to get iOS 11 support.
Apple also rolled out a fix for a security vulnerability in iOS 11, which the company patched in August.
Revdin also confirmed that the Lucky Patched iOS 11 app is now available in the App Store.
“We’re very sorry for this issue,” Revdols tweet read.
“As always, we’re actively working on it.”
In another tweet, Revdolls said that Lucky Patching iOS 11 will be available on iOS 11 devices “as soon as possible.” iphones are one of the hottest markets in the world, and Lucky Patchery is a key part of the market’s appeal.
Revdel is part of a growing number of developers that are working on apps that take advantage of the phone maker’s powerful camera.
Last month, Apple added a new option for users to “opt in” to use the iPhone’s front camera, which features a new mode called “Auto Focus.”
The feature, which is not enabled by default, lets users focus the phone on the subject of the shot.
Apple says that Auto Focus mode is designed to allow people to “get creative” when it comes to capturing images.
It allows users to quickly and easily add filters to photos, switch between front and rear cameras, and use the rear camera as a secondary lens when shooting a still image.