The Yahoo team posted a statement on Twitter saying that the issue is being investigated; it isn’t clear if the blame lies with Yahoo or Apple’s software.
It’s only Yahoo users that are systematically reporting that their emails are not showing up.What’s more worrying is that Yahoo first acknowledged the issue in December. However, with a few tips and tricks, they can be fixed with ease. Problems like rapid battery drain, Bluetooth connectivity or charging issue tend to crop up post the software updated.Before beginning, determine which type your service uses: In this screenshot, Gmail is using “Fetch” and therefore will be able to get email faster by altering the fetch settings: Again, this tip will only speed up accounts configured to Fetch, or for email accounts configured to check mail manually it will help a lot there too, unless you’re constantly refreshing the Mail app.
The default setting in i OS is to fetch emails hourly, but that’s really not fast enough for some users, particularly if you’re expecting something important, you’re on call for work, or if you’d just prefer to get new data as fast as possible.
Make sure to backup your i OS device before restoring it. Hopefully, these tips are able to help you resolve the problem.
(Tap on Add Account, select the service, sign in with your ID and passwords.)If all the above-mentioned solutions are not able to fix the issue, then restore your i Phone as new.
I had open email on safari.i went back in and open the email again on safari and the actually logged out before X out.
Yahoo email users have been experiencing issues with the i Phone and i Pad Mail app starting around the time i OS 11 launched, but there are still no conclusive solutions.
Have you noticed that it can sometimes take a while to get an email notification on to the i Phone?