Ever since iOS 9 was released to the public in Mid September of this year, it’s had its fans and its haters. Many people love the new features of the latest mobile operating system from Apple, and some are finding the newest bugs very irritating, and bugs they cannot wait for Apple to fix. The biggest one to date is the problem with POP Email accounts and attempts to opening messages. Apple is aware of this problem, but users are looking for an answer now versus later.
Users are getting a wide range of interesting error messages when trying to open emails from their POP Email accounts on their iPhones and iPad’s with iOS 9. Users are seeing a “Message not yet downloaded from server”, and is causing users with new and old emails to have this problem. Users have flooded the Apple discussion forums with complaints, and over 200 replies have been added to the original message on the board.
Users have found that if they use another email program versus the installed one from Apple, it serves as a temporary fix, but not a permanent one. Users can sometimes get relief by seeing the images with Wi-Fi turned off, but again remains a temp fix. Apple was thought to have fixed this with iOS 9.01 and iOS 9.02, but it still remains. Rumors of a iOS 9.1 are in the developer seeds now, and it could be a fix hidden somewhere in there. Either way, its something that Apple is needing to fix, and get one out quickly. The email feature of any smart phone is essential, and not being able to view images from POP Email accounts is something that Apple needs to get in front of today versus letting user suffer with its woes.