how to fix No sender No subject email iPhone iOS 13 quick 2019
You might’ve finally downloaded the new iOS 13 for you iPhone or your iPad, just to realize that emails you’re receiving are showing up as ‘No Sender‘ and ‘No Subject‘. We call these emails Ghost Emails. While this problem is new to the iOS 13 update you’re certainly not alone. This bug is known to affect many updates and versions of iOS, including iOS 13, iOS 13.1, iOS 13.1.1, iPadOS 13.1 and iPadOS 13.1.1. This bug can be problematic for you as you have no way of knowing who the sender is and what they want. For all you know, it could be your boss telling you that you didn’t put in as much effort as he expected of you. Read along with us and we’ll tell you how to troubleshoot and fix your no sender no subject bug iOS 13.
Resolving “No Sender” and “No Subject” for iOS 13 and iPadOS 13
Force Quitting the mail app
- To force quit applications on a device model with Face ID you just have to swipe up from the bottom of the screen until the App Switcher utility shows up. Here you just have to find the mail app and swipe up on it until its gone. This will force quit the app
- On a older device with a physical home button it is much easier to bring up the force quit application. You just have to double click your home button with brings up the utility and swipe away the mail app. This will force quit the mail app.
Now try to check your mail again. The no sender no subject mail bug problem for apple devices with iOS 13 might have been fixed and you can return to your daily life of checking emails. If not keep reading.
Force Restarting your iPhone or iPad
Again, how you do this step depends on what kind of model your device have.
- for iPhones without a home button(iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro, iPhone Pro Max, iPhone X, iPhone XS, iPhone 8, Ipad Pro 2018 or later), press quickly down the volume up button, press the volume down button, let go, and press and hold the Power button for 10 second until the Apple logo appears.
- For older iPhones(iPhone 6, iPhone 6+, iPhone SE) press and hold the home button and the power button until the apple logo appears on the screen.
Now that you’ve force restarted your device, re-open your mail and you’ll find that mails being sent to you no longer shows up without a subject or a sender. The old emails might still have the bug showing, as the mails were downloading while the bug was still persistent, but this might have fixed your no sender no subject for iPhone or iPad.
Update to the latest iOS version available for your model
If you already haven’t, update to the latest iOS available for you. As Apple work hard every second to give you a better experience there is a big chance that the issue you’re having will be resolved by doing this simple fix. While we can’t promise this will solve your problem, its still a probability. You can update your device by going to your home screen and proceeding through Settings>General>Software Update.
Apple work endlessly to give you a better experience, so even if you have this problem now a future update to your software might resolve the issue.
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