The software giant is facing an avalanche of complaints over a bug that prevents users from seeing the source code of its apps.
Users of the popular Safari browser are reporting that the browser is crashing while attempting to open the app.
The bug was first reported on Tuesday and has since been widely discussed in the tech industry, with Apple taking to Twitter to address users’ concerns.
If the code is not in the browser’s native codebase, the browser will crash and no one in the user’s line of sight will see it.
“The issue is that when the browser crashes, it won’t tell you where the code lives,” an Apple spokesperson said in a statement.
“The issue also prevents you from seeing your code.
We’re working on a fix, but the current solution is not available for this issue.”
The company said that Apple has been testing the fix and it should be available within the next 24 hours.
“This fix is designed to work on all Apple devices and the bug is not related to Safari,” it said.
“We’re working to address this issue as soon as possible.”
Safari is a popular mobile browser that runs on Apple devices, including iPhone and iPad.
It’s one of the few browsers to have an open source source license.
The source code for the browser, which is written by the company and includes a number of open source components, is publicly available and can be downloaded.
But there is no way for Apple to see it, since the software is designed and maintained by a small team of people who work in its software engineering group.
Apple has previously blamed a “network problem” for the crash, saying that it caused “significant and significant impact” on Safari, but has yet to detail what caused the issue.
Apple also declined to provide a timeline for the fix, instead pointing users to its developer documentation.