When Apple launched its new iOS 8 software update, it came with a slew of new features.
One of those features was an app called Blender.
While it was an improvement over its predecessor, it wasn’t without its fair share of bugs, and some users were left with a few.
In fact, a few people reported problems with the Blender software in their iOS 8 apps, and the company quickly took to Twitter to address those issues.
In a post to its iOS 8 app review site, the company said that Blender’s bugs were a result of a glitch that happened when the app was opened and closed.
The glitch caused the app to display an error message on the iPhone screen, indicating that the application would crash when it was open.
The app was then automatically shut down, and if a user tried to open it again, the app would crash.
Users could then try to open the app again by swiping their finger from the bottom of the screen.
Apple also took to Instagram to note that Blenders flaws were due to the fact that it was a “buggy app.”
Users could get around the bugs by using a different app or using a custom app instead of the default Blender app.
In the end, users were unable to fix the bugs, which caused a huge amount of frustration for Blender users.
Apple eventually released an updated version of Blender for iOS 9 on Monday, and developers were able to patch the app for a few users.
Users reported that they were able do just that, but the update wasn’t perfect.
Users were also able to use the new Blender update to download apps for free from the App Store, but that didn’t work on the latest version of the software.
Users were still able to download the Blenders iOS app, but it had some issues that caused the Blends to be stuck in the background.
This also affected users that were using the free Blender iOS app.
Apple later updated Blender to fix some of the issues and provide some additional functionality, but users were still left with the app being stuck in a dead loop.
After updating Blender, users received a notification that the app had been updated to a new version.
However, users still weren’t able to launch the app.
After downloading the new version, users could launch Blender again.
However, when the new software was released, Apple fixed the bugs that caused Blenders problems, and users were able use the app once again.
Users said they were happy with the changes, and Blender had a very positive review.
Blender, a free, open source software for creating 3D model and animation software, has long been a popular app for professional 3D artists and animators.
It is available for both the iPhone and iPad, and it is also available for the Mac.
Apple previously released Blender in 2012, and this time around, it appears the company is focusing on fixing some of Blenders bugs and improving its features.