I recently released an update to the Fuji X Weekly App, and for Apple devices, it added support for Spanish language. If the language on your device is set to Spanish, the Fuji X Weekly App will automatically translate to Spanish.
Very quickly I began to receive reports that the App was only displaying Spanish and not English, despite English being the language the iPhone was set to. After some sleuthing and testing, we were able to isolate the issue to this: there’s a bug in iOS 15 (maybe 14, too, I’m not certain) that Apple fixed in IOS 16.0. So if you haven’t updated the operating system on your iPhone or iPad in a long time, now might be the time to do so. By updating to iOS 16.0 or newer (16.5 is the latest), the problem will be resolved, and the Fuji X Weekly App will display in English (as long as the language on your device isn’t set to Spanish).
For those who really just don’t want to update the iOS on their device, a patch is currently being developed to circumvent the bug, which will also fix the problem; however, it might take a few days or more to become available.
I’m really sorry about this issue, and I hope that it hasn’t been too big of a problem—I apologize if it has been, and for any frustration it has caused.
Good time to learn Spanish. The last few versions of iOS and Ventura are buggy beyond their normal standards.
I’ve submitted the patch to Apple. Hopefully within the next couple of days it will be available. Apple can be slow about this sometimes.
Oh bless Ritchie was more commenting on the quality of both those releases not your app or the errors you’re experiencing as a result. Sorry, I could have worded that better!
No problem! 😀
I get as frustrated with Apple as anyone I think! It’s not easy dealing with some of their nonsense. Google isn’t much better.