Primare AB can now announce that the so-called Apple iOS 14.5 bug in interaction with the Primare Prisma app has been fixed. The new version of the app for Apple iOS is available for download.
Primare Prisma Technology is the platform that plays a central role in streaming and integration into Smart Home and control solutions at the Swedish hi-fi manufacturer Primare AB.
Of course, this also includes a suitable app, the Primare Prisma app, although there were problems with the update of Apple iOS to the version Apple iOS 14.5. In this context, Primare AB spoke of an Apple iOS 14.5 bug, specifically concerning UPnP.
This problem should now be solved with a new version of the Primare Prisma App for Apple iOS. The new version is now available for download in the Apple App Store.
Primare AB writes in this regard:
“An updated Prisma app is now available for download from the App Store, which fixes a UPnP bug with iOS 14.5.
We apologise for the inconvenience and delay in release, but the fact that we are finalising a firmware update for Prisma, including new apps, complicated this effort. The bug required a review of the apps and firmware for all eight Prisma models to be sure they were compatible before the OTA launch next week, which took some time.
Although we know the new apps will be coming soon, we felt it necessary to provide this immediate update to the existing Prisma iOS app so that those affected can get back to enjoying Prisma playback via a NAS without further delay.
Thank you for your patience and look out for the announcement of the firmware update and new apps next week.”Primare AB
Getting to the point
It is commendable that Primare AB is addressing the so-called Apple iOS 14.5 bug as quickly as possible, even though they already have further improvements to the Primare Prisma app in the pipeline and thus an enhanced version is imminent.