Pokemon Go crashing on iOS devices & iPhones after latest update
Pokemon Go players can rejoice Niantic has revealed the details regarding the upcoming Community Day. Pokemon Go May Community Day will feature Seedot Pokemon, which is a Grass-type Pokemon from Generation 3.
The upcoming Pokemon Go Community Day will go live on May 24, 2020, and it will take place from 11 am to 5 pm in your local time zone. During this event, Seedot will appear more frequently in the wild.
Also, every Nuzleaf which will evolve during the Community Day hours & up to two hours afterward will learn an exclusive move Bullet Seed. May Community Day also features Special Bundle which features the following items : Elite Fast TM, 30 Ultra Balls, three Incense, and three Lucky Eggs. You can get more info regarding it by heading here.
Cut to now, Pokemon Go players on iOS are really frustrated as the game is constantly crashing for them. So, if you are also experiencing a similar issue, fret not, as you are not alone, many others are also facing this problem.
Many players have taken the route of Reddit to express their concerns. The issue is not limited to any specific iPhone, it is happening on all iPhone devices. Have a look at a few complaints from the TheSilphroad forum which confirms the same.
Well, Niantic Support has not addressed this issue yet, but we certainly hope the company will look into this matter at the earliest as it is affecting the gameplay for many players. Rest assured, we are keeping a tab on all the developments & will update you with more information whenever it arrives.
For a quick refresher, Pokemon Go is one of the best-augmented reality games that are currently available on the market. The game was launched in 2016 & since then it has been running strong. Pokemon Go generated revenue of $1.4 billion for Niantic in 2019.
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