The personal assistant apps for Apple News, Facebook Messenger, and Google Talk are working for some users with their Apple devices, but some users have reported problems with the apps, according to Apple.

In an email sent out to all Apple News users today, Apple said that personal assistant applications are now available on iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.

Apple News personal assistant on iPhone and iPad.

The email said personal assistant and search engine apps should now work properly on iOS devices, including the iPad.

The email said “we’re working on a fix for this, which we’re hoping will arrive today.”

“While we appreciate your patience and want to make sure your app works properly on all your devices, we are working on it right now, so it will likely take some time for everyone to get it right,” the email said.

“We are hoping to have the app up and running soon, and will let you know when we have it.

If you experience any issues, please let us know and we will get back to you.”

Google’s personal assistant, Google Assistant, was also updated to the latest version of the Google app, Google Search, and now works on iPhone.

Google Search personal assistant.

Google’s assistant will also work on Android phones and tablets, including some Android tablets running Google’s Android operating system.

Apple News personal assistants on Android.

Apple says the update should make the apps work for iOS users, but not all users will get the fixes.

Apple says that personal assistants in News are currently limited to two ways to use, one that allows you to search, and another that allows the personal assistant to “searches” for content.

The personal assistants will also show search results for topics, but that information will be hidden from other apps.

Apple said that Apple News Personal Assistant for iPad now works with Apple Search on iOS and Android.