Apple releases iOS 11.2 to fix Springboard bug on iPhone

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It is the seventh update to hit devices following the global rollout of iOS 11 a couple of months ago.

Phones with the glitch must have a notification feature, like a workout or medical app.

While the iOS 11.2 update was originally expected to debut in the third week of December, Apple has apparently advanced the release to fixe the date bug that had brought various iPhone and iPad models to Springboard crash consistently after 12.15am on December 2.

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Apple has introduced a few new features including Apple Pay Cash which is a peer-to-peer money transfer service now available to users in the USA. It also appears slightly faster in the apps. This will allow users to send and receive money from other users using Apple Pay. This should be a welcome improvement as many have criticised the new iPhones' slow wireless charging support.

As we can see from the video the the iOS 10.3.3 software boots up slightly faster than the new iOS 11.2 on the iPhone 5S. The update adds support in Podcasts to automatically advance to the next episode from the same show, and real-time text (RTT) phone calls for the deaf and hard of hearing.

The update improves video camera stabilization.

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They said if that does not work, try going to Settings, Turn Off Notifications and then manually install the new update. According to Mixpanel around 21% of iPhone users are running iOS 10. Press and hold the side power key, and any one of the volume buttons, then swipe the slider to the "off" position until your screen goes dark.

It's safe to say that Apple's iOS 11 has been one of the buggiest updates ever pushed out by the company.

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