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Apple Rolls Out iOS 11.1.1 Update which Removes Two Annoying Bugs

Apple Rolls Out iOS 11.1.1 Update which Removes Two Annoying Bugs

Other additions include redesigned camera emojis, new animation for Live Photos and Live Wallpapers for iPhone X. Thankfully the update also addresses the date bug that recently caused iOS 11.1.2 to crash after December 2. An Apple support document explains that some devices would repeatedly restart on and after December 2, 2017 due to a bug that is related to local notifications.

Netizens noted that reinstalling apps did not help fix the bug. iPhones running on iOS 11.2 beta were also unaffected. This payment service will work within the Messages app on your iDevice and you will be able to send and request money to your contacts easily. Now the service is only available for users in the USA, though it is yet to be activated.

Adds support for faster wireless charging on iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus and iPhone X with compatible third-party accessories.

Apple issued a how-to guide for users facing the glitch on its support page and pushed an 11.2 iOS update at around 4.30pm.

Apple typically releases software updates on Tuesdays.

iOS 11.2 was released early Saturday.

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Apple hasn't yet published a list of security updates for iOS 11.2. And I know what you're thinking: it isn't known if the default Reminders app on iOS devices was also to blame. Apple has fixed this with iOS 11.2, released yesterday.

In iOS 11, if you tap on the Wi-Fi or Bluetooth icons in Control Center, iOS doesn't disable Wi-Fi or Bluetooth.

Downgrade iOS 11.2 on iPhone, iPad and iPod.

Apart from this, the update fixes all the bugs and other minor issues on the phone.

This week has been really bad for Apple. Just days earlier, the tech giant's customers discovered a significant security flaw in the latest version of the operating system for Mac computers that allows anyone to log in without a password, potentially making private user data vulnerable.