Later on today, Apple send emails to some iCloud users about iOS 10.3. We found some mails from our friends, send by iCloud to them recently. In the Body of email it was mentioned that: “We found a bug in the recent iOS 10.3 software update that strongly effected small number of our users. This may have re-enabled some services that you had disable before.”
After this they have suggested that an iCloud user can disable this by simply visiting the iCloud settings on their iOS devices and can enable the services they would like to use. Users can also contact with AppleCare if they have any further questions. In settings, if any of the services you don’t like is enabled just tap or swipe little bit the green button to disable it again, just like in the image below:
Good news for those iPhone users who have not updated iOS 10.3 till yet because they can directly update to iOS 10.3.1 and there is no issue with iOS 10.3.1 update, it will automatically solve the issue without affecting your settings at all. As only some of the iCloud users who Updated to iOS 10.3 have been affected by the issue and may the others will also experience the same issue after update. So its better for you to update iOS 10.3.1 to avoid and remove issues caused by iOS 10.3.
Thats enough for what we have to inform, folks. Now it is your turn to discuss about the re- enabling of disabled services in iCloud. So share your thoughts with us related this issue in the comment box below.