All back-end functionality using APIs still works, such as rules triggered. I've actually never seen Basic UI update icons it states without a refresh. Granted, it could have been a coincidence of something else that was merged at the same time, but it was that build.
I just assumed that was a feature Basic UI didn't support. I have been pulling a new snapshot as they come available for the last couple weeks.
The company’s developer downloads webpage lists all of the devices that are in line for the upcoming i OS 10.3.2 update, which is currently in beta.Missing from the list are the i Phone 5, i Phone 5C and fourth-generation i Pad.However, the i Phone 5 in particular is still a popular handset.All three devices use an A6 system-on-chip, the last of Apple’s hardware to be built on a 32-bit architecture.However, it’s clear that the company’s 32-bit devices are no longer a priority.
Most i Phone and i Pad users will use the same Apple ID and i Cloud account repeatedly on the same device and across other devices, as they should, since that is how they are designed to work.
If your computer meets the Windows system requirements above, but Chrome isn't starting or you see the error message "This computer will no longer receive Google Chrome updates because Windows XP and Windows Vista are no longer supported," you might have Chrome set to run in Windows' Compatibility Mode.
The message also contains a link "Learn more" which suggests the users to upgrade their operating systems.
There were some problems with icon updates after sitemap events were merged.
I would suggest running a recent (1-2 day old) build or running code from git.
The same happens if the switch is toggled on through Basic UI.