Internet giant Google has announced that it is working on a fix for Apple’s iOS devices after the later complained about inaccessibility of Gmail service from their devices.
Apple iOS devices this morning reported that they are getting erroneous notifications saying that their “access information being wrong” when they tried to access Gmail from their devices. But it has been found that the problem is not with the wrong credentials being entered by the users or even with the iOS based devices.
As reported by All thingsD, the erroneous notifications that are being received by the users are due to some issues with the Gmail service for iOS based devices and not with the users and their devices.
Google is also aware of the situation with iOS users and is also working on a fix for the problem as well. The issue came in to light when some of users started reporting seeing an IMAP popup alert when trying to download your Gmail messages to an iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch.
Although no official statement has been released by Google as of now on the situation, it is being reported that Google is in the process of working out a solution for this issue. The problem was caused by a minor issue at Google’s side and a solution is coming soon for the users.
Till the time a final fix for the situation is not released by Google, users can head over to the Google support page and use some of the temporary fixes that Google has mentioned there for accessing Gmail form their devices. The fixes for the present situation can be accessed by following this link and heading to the “Pop, IMAP and Sync” section on the support page.