Apple has issued a how-to guide for iPhone users facing a glitch after a recent iOS update caused some devices to go into a repetitive reboot. Apple fixed a similar autocorrect bug with iOS 11.1.1 after the operating system had been automatically changing the letter "I" to "A [?]" for some users.
Apple released iOS 11.2 at around 12:00 am PST on Saturday.
Apple has already issued a fix.
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.
iOS 11 is by far the most advanced iOS update released by the giant Apple. Interestingly, the sixth iOS 11.2 beta was just released on Friday, just days after iOS 11.2 beta 5 arrived. Apple's security update ended up introducing a problem preventing Mac users from authenticating or connecting to file shares on their Macs. On a related note, iOS 11's confusing behavior change for Control Center's Wi-Fi and Bluetooth buttons is now explained by the system the first time you toggle one in iOS 11.2.
Turn off notifications from apps that send a local notification to fix this problem long enough to update. You can also clear these out from this screen. Apple hasn't said anything about the bug, but has put up a new support page on the web.
In case you are still not able to resolve the issue, other suggestions for fixing include disabling all notifications for the affected applications. Here's what you need to know. You can make use of this money to purchase things online or you can even transfer the money directly to your own personal bank account. It'll only be available in the United States for now.
Apart from this, the update fixes all the bugs and other minor issues on the phone. The more you upgrade it, the more hard is to get it cracked. It offers live integration to sports channels so you can easily watch out your favourite games through this app.