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The new was released iOS 10.3 to the public after a long process. The update includes a handful of new features that one of them relates to iCloud.

Some users have apparently had iCloud services they once turned of, automatically come back on. MacRumors noted, some users have received emails from Apple explaining that a bug in iOS 10.3 has caused some iCloud services to activate again despite once being disabled. But it is unclear that how many users are affected with this bug.
 


 

However, it seems that it’s related to iCloud services such as Mail and Photos.   While Apple admits the existence of a bug in iOS 10.3 but it has not been mentioned which iCloud services were disabled by the bug. But later Apple confirmed that iCloud Photo Library, iCloud Keychain and Find my iPhone were not affected.  Therefore go to iCloud settings on your iOS device to make sure that only the service you’d like to use are enabled. If you do not know how to manage your iCloud settings then you could contact AppleCare center with any questions.
 

Also later the company confirmed that iOS10.3 bug was fixed with updated of version iOS 10.3.1






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