Do some of your iOS games run glitches when opening them? Maybe you've recently updated your iPhone or iPad to the latest iOS 14. It turns out when updating Apple devices on the recent OS--there are huge chances that some of your favorite apps may not work flawlessly like before. Thanks to the 'unexpected' iOS 14 release, Apple!

"Why are iOS games not working on iPhone after update?"

Are you having trouble with opening a few apps on your iPhone or iPad? Here's a possible reason why: you've updated your device to iOS 14.

On Thursday, Sept. 16, Apple releases its latest OS software that can now be downloaded. This announcement was pretty surprising for most of the iPhone users out there. Especially for game developers.

As a result, BBC reported that some developers are now warning iOS users that few of their favorite apps may not work as usual as before.

Developers complained that they were only given a one-day notice for the release of the new OS. They didn't get the chance to check the bugs products before submitting them to the App Store.

Apple, as of now, has not yet commented on the matter.

Animal Crossing says bye for now

Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp is one of the games that are now postponed for iOS 14 users. If you haven't yet updated your iPhone or iPad, you might probably think before downloading the OS.

On Wednesday, Sept. 15, the Nintendo game announced the app will no longer launch on the new OS update.

Even Pokemon GO had a mishap with the latest update. Hours since the iOS 14 release, the game wasn't working for most players. Luckily, Niantic fixed the issue and made it possible. For some developers however, the feeling is mutual.

Although developers were able to test their products on iOS 14 beta version, they complained that these were not enough time to test the new update.

BBC said that this announcement maight also worsen Apple's relationship with game developers, just like what happened with the Epic Games Fortnite. 

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