As it is with the first public release of any OS, some bugs and unpolished features are to be expected, but luckily there is always the chance to roll back to iOS 9 (or iOS 9.3.5) if things get too sour.
Users reported performance issues such as fast battery-drain, snail-like loading times for apps and even unresponsive iPhones.
"The problem was quickly resolved and we apologise to those customers". Keep an eye on iTunes, as it should notify you that your device entered in Recovery Mode.
If you've already updated one of those devices, T-Mobile CTO Neville Ray says that those affected should temporarily restart their phone to restore any lost service. After that, click on the "Restore iPhone." button. You may see the device reboot to the welcome screen. And while many of you will want to install the iOS 10 update on your device today, some of you might want to wait a few days before making the move. If you're on something older, it'll be much larger thanks to iOS 10. Later to which, Apple pushed an upgrade of iOS 10.0.1 to help resolve the issue.
Legere took to Twitter to announce that there was a network issue faced by many iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, and iPhone SE users after installing iOS 10.
Apple's latest mobile operating system iOS 10 on the iPhone and iPad, has been giving trouble to the users after it was launched and there have been reports that the update is "bricking" devices. Do let us know by dropping a comment below, also share if you're found any other workarounds for this.