IPhone crashing? Widespread iOS date bug wreaks havoc on December 2

IPhone crashing? Widespread iOS date bug wreaks havoc on December 2

IPhone crashing? Widespread iOS date bug wreaks havoc on December 2

And rebooting. Every few seconds or minutes, affected iPhones rebooted again.

This only applies to App Store apps, not built-in apps like Clock?

Tap an app, then turn off Allow Notifications. But the real fix is to install iOS 11.2. The provided options could give quick fixes until Apple introduces the final version of iOS 11.2.

If you don't have any third-party apps sending you local notifications, you may not have any crashes. That should stop the reboot loop. Interestingly, the sixth iOS 11.2 beta was just released on Friday, just days after iOS 11.2 beta 5 arrived. But there's no saying if the problem will return or not, which is why a permanent fix straight from Apple is recommended.

And for the iPhone X, Apple is adding three new live wallpapers and an indicator for the Control Center on the lock screen to help new users who could find it hard to discover the new Control Center gesture on the iPhone X. The indicator doesn't go away once you open the Control Center for the first time, so it might be a bit distracting for existing iPhone X users.

Recently we reported about the macOS High Sierra bug which was later fixed by Apple, yet its still causing trouble for some users. We plan to have in-depth coverage of it soon. What the significance of that date is is unknown but it did cause a lot of frustration and the only solutions seemed to be to either set your date back or disable notifications.

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Marouane Fellaini (muscular), Eric Bailly (groin/hip), Phil Jones (thigh) and Michael Carrick (heart condition) are also missing for the match.

For deaf and hard-of-hearing users, there's now support for real-time text (RTT) phone calls.

Closing out the list of new features, HealthKit now supports downhill snow sports.

Additionally, the new iOS 11.2 update also brings new emojis to the camera app along with some updated emojis. Right now, it's great to see Apple improving any sort of stability.

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The update also brings support for 7.5W wireless charging for owners of the iPhone 8 and iPhone X. When those devices launched, they were limited to charging at 5W, which was the same charge rating as the wired charger. That team must have the weekend off.

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