iOS 6 Passbook Not Working, 'Error Message'
By Staff Writer | September 20, 2012 01:50 PM EDT
There have been many complaints about the new iOS 6 Passbook not working properly.
After its release on Wednesday, many people upgraded their software to iOS 6.
Many began to post complaints about how the Passbook was not working properly.
The Passbook is a device that allows the user to store their items into a so called 'digital wallet'.
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The Passbook was an item that many people had been anticipating ever since Apple promoted it.
Many have said that they are receiving an error message and cannot get pass the introduction screen.
Some people have been able to access the device, but it seems that the users that cannot access it are using the consumer version of iOS 6.
They hope that Apple will fix this soon so that people may begin using the Passbook properly.
On the other hand, there have been discussions roaming online about Android already having a Passbook app called PassWallet. It does use the Apple passbook file format so it is exactly like the Passbook for androids.
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