A date bug in iOS 11 might crash your iPhone today

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Releasing iOS 11.2 on a Friday night is a bit odd, but that might be because some iPhones keep rebooting themselves because of a time bug. Head over to the Settings app, then hit General, then Software Update.

The entire list of 2017 iPhones, which is topped by the iPhone X, is also getting a nice treat courtesy of the new iOS 11.2. Apple may have surged iOS 11.2 to settle this bug. If you're unable to update, contact Apple support for help.

Users should receive plenty of features with the upcoming update. It improves the overall stability and offers great performance with smooth User Interface. It must be noted that the bug doesn't now seem to affect users running the iOS 11.2 beta.

If you want to try out the fifth beta of iOS 11.2 you can do that from Apple's Developer Center or even over-the-air. Update your device as soon as possible, especially if you're experiencing the date crash bug.


Being a second major update to the iOS 11, it brings several new features to the device.

The update is also supposed to fix some bugs, such as the Calculator app issue that caused certain symbols and numbers to be ignored when they are typed too quickly.

Tap an app, then turn off Allow Notifications.

In order to start using this Apple Pay Cash Services, first you have to setup your account's details so you can send money though your account to the selected contacts. Apple Pay Cash is only available in the United States, however, the feature is not yet live in the country at the moment. For both the iPhone X and the iPhone 8, Apple now allows for 7.5W wireless charging, which will allow you to speed up the wireless charging speeds of your iPhone, as long as your wireless charger is also capable of supplying the required power.

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