But don't worry; Microsoft have a quick fix while they work on a more permanent solution.
In addition to storage space management and a battery indicator, it seems the Xbox One's latest update also introduces a new bug - the possibility of being presented with a black screen after turning the console on.
The problem seems to affect only a few users, but is widespread enough to have warranted a few Xbox forum threads. Thankfully, it does not seem to be serious; Microsoft are aware of it and are offering affected users a quick fix.
"If it happens, please power cycle by holding power for 10 seconds," advises the Xbox support Twitter account.
Hopefully affected users won't have to resort to doing this for too long; as Microsoft are currently working on a long-term solution.
"We are aware of the issue and are working on a resolution," Microsoft says in a statement to Kotaku. "This does not appear to be widespread, but can be addressed by the player by holding the Xbox One power button on the console for 10 seconds to restart."
The update rolled out on Valentine's Day after a short delay. A second update is already scheduled for March, and will include party and multiplayer options to help get your console ready for Titanfall's official release.
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