A month or so I got all upset that my Apogee ONE interface for iOS had effectively stopped functioning in any useful way with an iOS update.
I received an acknowledgment from Apogee support and during the interim had read rumors that the fault lay with Apple who had introduced a bug into iOS. Guess those rumors were correct since all is now fixed with the iOS 9.3 update! True to their word Apogee emailed me letting me know, so if you already have a ONE interface you probably have received the same thing.
You are receiving this message because you have registered an Apogee ONE for iPad & Mac, and have indicated that you had input distortion problems on iOS when you updated to iOS 9.2 or 9.2.1.
We are happy to inform Apple’s newly released iOS 9.3 will solve this problem.
For clarification, here are the symptoms that iOS 9.3 fixes:
- All ONE for iPad & Mac inputs (internal mic, external mic, and 1/4" instrument input) have crackling or clicking distortion noise on iPad, iPhone, and iPod touch's running iOS 9.2 or 9.2.1. There are no distortion issues when using with a Mac computer.
- Inputs were fine on iOS 9.1 and earlier, and only occurred once updated to iOS 9.2 or 9.2.1
- Noise occurs on all iOS recording apps that use the 44.1kHz or 48kHz sample rates (when record at 88.2kHz or 96kHz in apps that support it, there is no distortion)
So all's well that end's well. My interface is back to being its happy self and for those of you waiting to update, I thought I'd let you know that I'm not having any issues at all. Other than feeling the need for one of those new littler iPad Pro's. Oh and the USB-Lighting plus power adapter... for us music junkies that's a killer adapter!