That means that if you haven't updated your Apple device since before Nov. If not, you could be facing some nasty bandwidth charges from your mobile carrier.
Apple did not respond to messages for this story, but apparently, the bug popped up after the company made changes to the way that the i Phone downloads streaming content that force the device to download data much more frequently – but in smaller chunks – than previous versions of the software, according to Chris Rhoden, a PRX developer who blogged about the issue.
One of the towns, a small town in Alaska, has no undocumented immigrants at all, but the Most of the time, we show the world a pretty superficial version of ourselves. " But this week—people who try to go deeper, to get to something real, in some unexpected places: war, magic and porn.
Official app for the public radio program This American Life.
Podcast content is the same as the radio broadcast, except occasionally we include extra material on the podcast that had to be cut for time.
According to the official podcast page of the show, episodes are only available through the podcast for one week.
Including the story of two teenagers who decide to invent children to babysit, as an excuse to get out of their own house.
Two towns where people got really upset about undocumented immigrants, even though in both places, that did not seem to be the most important thing happening at all.
Facing a whopping internet bill, the National Public Radio-aired show suspected a bug, so they asked Public Radio Exchange – the company known as PRX that built 's i Phone app – to look into the matter.Joining problems with a new map program and wireless software updates, this issue is costing some Apple customers money, as they blow past their monthly data allowances.The problem affects version 6.0.0 of the i OS operating system that powers the i Phone and i Pad, but it looks like the issue was fixed in version 6.0.1.To download earlier episodes you need to buy them on i Tunes. To do so, long press on the podcast (not the episode), select 'Copy to clipboard' and finally paste the result in a web browser.You will see the exact number of episodes contained in the RSS feed you subcribed to.