Windows 10 Mobile update

I have a Lumia 635 with Windows 10, which recently updated (24th August 2016), although it provided a few new features it has also caused problems with the Messaging and Outlook Mail apps in that the 'new message / people / settings' icons are hidden by the navigation bar along with the text box where I type messages and the send button, there is a similar problem with the Outlook app where the 'move / delete' icons are hidden. Is there anyway to roll back the update or how would I get the functionality of these icons back?

You are not alone with this, It's a known bug with the 63x range.

It's a scaling issue, If you search here on the community you'll find many reports about it and also in the feedback hub

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Thank You, although I'm unsure this is the problem because it has never happened before this update and I've had the phone for over a year, I will look into it all the same.

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It is the known bug in Anniversery update for Lumia 63x, in Threshold it was OK. We can only wait for fix this issue from Microsoft or temporarily downgrade to Windows phone 8.1 through WDRT 

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Thank you, I will wait, I tried G.llex's idea of scaling which helped a little, I can see the icons if I rotate the screen so it's landscape rather than portrait, however I'd rather stick with Windows 10 than go back to Windows 8.1

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