What should I do if my iPad updated to a new iOS prematurely?

By Mark | Updated


To ensure the Revel quality you've come to expect, our developers take a bit of time after each major iOS release to test our products on the latest/greatest Apple software. 

If you've updated your iPad to a new iOS version and notice unusual behavior, you can follow the steps in this article to try to resolve the problem.

Update Your Revel App

First off, don't panic – it's possible that there's a more recent version of the Revel app that can solve the problem, available today. 

Head to our upgrade article and carefully follow the instructions there to see if the problem is resolved after your update to the newest Revel version. 

Still Having Trouble?

If your iPad(s) is still behaving unexpectedly after you bring your Revel app(s) up to date, write to us or give us a call – we'd be happy to help get you back up and running. 

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