How to Kill (iOS 11.1.2) Bug From iPhone

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Try to be on the safer side by downloading the latest iOS 11.2 updates which will improve mobile functioning. The bad news is that iOS 11.1.2, the bug is crashing the iOS devices and many complaints are coming from the customers, which is becoming a serious issue. Heading over on to Reddit, a lot of users have started complaining that they have updated their devices to the latest iOS 11.2 update and quit their devices into a crash-induced handset.

A lot of people on iOS 11.2 and maybe other versions have been going through issues in the past 24 hours or so, suffering from reboots / bootloops after seconds or minutes of using their phone. This issue may affect iPads as well. The Springboard is reloading itself but the phone remains switched on the whole time. You will be encouraged to type your passcode again once Springboard has refreshed. Some possible solutions until Apple publish a fix: Force restarts your phone after trying any of these as they may not work straight away. Remember different iPhones have the different force of restart methods, so it is not guaranteed to fix your mobile phone immediately.

{iPhone 6/s and below: home + power}

{iPhone 7: volume down + power}

{iPhone 8/X: press then let go volume up, press and let go volume down, hold power}

As for Apple, looks like the company’s developers will need to invest more time and resources in coming out with a fix in a very short period of time. This is the very reason that the customers are becoming conscious and are refraining to buy the latest I Phone 8 and I Phone X. A manual date change to a time before the problem occurred is considered to be just a temporarily solution.

Apple is currently recommending that affected users set their device’s date back by one day. Here’s how to do that:

  1. Open Settings
  2. Select ‘General’
  3. Scroll to ‘Date & Time’
  4. Disable ‘Set Automatically’
  5. Use the slider to turn the date back to December 1st

Reinstalling apps and restarting does not fix the issue. The problem looks like it’s limited to devices running iOS 11.1.2 — devices on the current iOS 11.2 beta aren’t affected. If your device with iOS 11 unexpectedly restarts repeatedly on or after December 2, 2017, learn what to do.

Use these steps to turn off notifications for all the apps on your device, then update your device to iOS 11.2:

1. Tap Settings > Notifications.
2. Tap an app, then turn off Allow Notifications. Repeat this step for each app.
3. Update your device to iOS 11.2.
4. After updating, tap Settings > Notifications and turn Allow Notifications on again for each app.