Google has reported that its Dallas-based Dallas-area service providers are having issues with their iPhone 6 and iPhone 7.
According to a report by Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport, customers with iPhones 6 and 6 Plus who want to access their data on the two smartphones are unable to do so, and have been experiencing some issues with data usage and data transfers.
The airport said it’s not clear how long this issue will persist, but that the issue has been affecting customers since July 8, when Apple launched a new version of its iOS operating system, iOS 9.
Apple’s iOS 9 software allows iOS devices to connect to iCloud and download new apps, videos and other files directly from the cloud.
However, while iCloud and the cloud are useful for storing information, it has limited functionality for accessing data and transferring data between devices.
Dallas-area carriers have been able to use their iPhone models to make phone calls and browse the internet without problems, but they’ve also been experiencing issues with the iPhone 6 or iPhone 6 Plus, especially in certain areas, according to the report.
Some customers are seeing performance issues with accessing their iPhone data on some iPhone 6 models, the report said.
Apple did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
A customer on Twitter pointed out that it’s possible that a data connection issue on some iPhones could be related to a data rate problem.
If that’s the case, customers might want to upgrade their iPhone to a new model and try again.
Apple has been criticized for its iPhone 7 model and for its continued failure to offer an upgrade path for iPhone users.