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iOS DATE BUG will crash all GAY PHONES TODAY 2.Dec



Date Bug in iOS 11.1.2 Causing Crash Loop on iPhones as December 2 Hits
Friday December 1, 2017 9:53 pm PST by Juli Clover
A date-related bug in iOS 11.1.2 appears to be causing iPhones and iPads to continually crash or respring when time-based local notifications are received after 12:15 a.m. on December 2, according to reports on Twitter and reddit.

The problem seems to be tied to local notifications received from apps that offer daily or repeat reminders. For example, meditation app Headspace, one of the affected apps, sends daily reminders to users to encourage them to take some time to meditate. Any app using local (as in not pushed from a remote server) notifications that repeat will cause a crash.

If you have an app that has local notification with repeating settings, it will crash iOS Springboard on Dec. 2 (Tomorrow!) Here is a reproducible app by @takayamahttps://t.co/ecEoxFN2hM

— Yoshimasa Niwa (@niw) December 2, 2017
On reddit, users have had some success fixing the issue by disabling notifications and turning off background app refresh, while Apple's support staff appears to be recommending a manual date change to a time before the problem occurred as a temporarily solution. 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.

Apple Stores in Australia, where it is late afternoon on December 2, are reportedly being inundated with support requests from customers who are experiencing the issue.

PSA from staff: if you have an iPhone, it will likely crash due to a date bug when date rolls over to 2 December, depending on time zone.

The temp fix is to manually set date/time to a date prior to 2 Dec. This will make some apps unusable due to date checks on server.

— J (@jeremybank) December 2, 2017
Apple will undoubtedly fix this problem quickly through an iOS update, but as people wake up on December 2 in the United States and other countries throughout the world, there's likely to be quite a lot of confusion when devices begin inexplicably respringing over and over again.

If you're experiencing continual crashing, the first thing to try is disabling notifications for apps that send regular reminders. It can, however, be difficult to tell which apps are responsible, so a secondary solution is to set the date on your iPhone to before December 2 as you await a fix from Apple.

If you aren't experiencing any crashes, there's no need to turn off notifications or adjust the date on your device.

Related Roundup: iOS 11



iOS更新傳災情 蘋果火速推最新版


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2017年12月2日 下午5:53
針對蘋果手機設定iOS 11.1.2、iOS 11.2 Beta版用戶,凌晨出現App閃退、手機瞬間進入黑畫面,或轉圈圈現象,果粉一片哀號。蘋果下午火速推出11.2更新版,並在官網公告解決的步驟,其中包含請用戶更新至11.2版。

蘋果手機設定iOS 11.1.2、 iOS 11.2 Beta版用戶,凌晨出現App閃退、手機瞬間進入黑畫面,或轉圈圈現象,連中國大陸、日本也傳出災情。

蘋果在官網公告指出,如果使用iOS11系統的iPhone、iPad、iPod touch,在12月2日後出現反覆重新啟動的問題,可以依下列步驟解決問題:首先從「設定」進入「通知」,接著關閉每個App通知,並將系統更新到iOS 11.2最新版本。更新後,再從「設定」進入「通知」,將每個App「允許通知」打開。

蘋果火速推出的iOS 11.2,除了在美國地區加入Apple Pay Cash功能外,還包含了錯誤修正和改進功能。

其他改進功能和修正包括,支援使用相容的第三方配件來更快速地為 iPhone 8、iPhone 8 Plus 和iPhone X無線充電,為 iPhone X 新增3個 Live 背景圖片,改進相機錄影功能的穩定性。

蘋果推出的更新支援在 Podcast中,自動播放同個節目的下一集,支援在 HealthKit中將高山雪地運動距離設為資料類型,修正「郵件」在下載完成後仍顯示為檢查新郵件的狀態。

另外,修正 Exchange 帳號中已清除的「郵件」通知,重新顯示的問題,改進了「行事曆」中的穩定性,解決打開「設定」時可能顯示為空白畫面的問題,修正無法從鎖定畫面滑到「今天」顯示方式,或「相機」的問題。

解決鎖定畫面上無法顯示「音樂」控制項目的問題,修正了 App 圖像在主畫面上不正確排列的問題。

更新內容解決超過 iCloud 儲存空間時,使用者無法刪除最近拍攝的照片問題,解決「尋找我的 iPhone」有時無法顯示地圖的問題。


改進了「訊息」、「設定」、App Store 和「音樂」中的 VoiceOver 穩定性,解決 VoiceOver 無法宣告收到通知的問題如需 Apple 軟體更新項目的安全性內容資訊。

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Apple's had a shockingly bad week of software problems
by Tom Warren@tomwarren Dec 2, 2017, 8:48am EST

As the week draws to a close, it’s definitely been a long one for Apple’s software engineers. The nightmare started on Tuesday, after a Twitter user disclosed a critical security vulnerability for macOS High Sierra that allowed anyone with physical access to a Mac to gain system administrator privileges without even entering a password. As software bugs go, this one was embarrassing and critical, but Apple managed to fix it less than 24 hours after it was publicly disclosed.

“Security is a top priority for every Apple product, and regrettably we stumbled with this release of macOS,” admitted an Apple spokesperson. “We greatly regret this error and we apologize to all Mac users, both for releasing with this vulnerability and for the concern it has caused. Our customers deserve better. We are auditing our development processes to help prevent this from happening again.”

Apple’s quick macOS fix also introduced other issues
As the auditing of development processes begins, other issues have come to light on the macOS side as a result of this software fix. Apple’s security update ended up introducing a problem preventing Mac users from authenticating or connecting to file shares on their Macs. Apple was forced to issue yet another support document to detail a fix for these users, helping Mac owners gain access to file shares again.

That seemed to be an embarrassing end to the problems, but late last night reports emerged that Apple’s rushed software patch could be just as buggy as the code it was supposed to fix. Wired’s Andy Greenberg reports that multiple Mac users who had not yet upgraded their operating system from the original version of High Sierra to the new 10.13.1 update, but installed Apple’s patch, are seeing the root problem reoccur after they install the latest macOS system update. Reinstalling Apple’s separate patch hasn’t helped these users, unless they reboot and then install it. It’s a shoddy example of Apple rushing to fix a critical issue and not taking the time to test it properly.

Some iPhones started crashing today
Mac users have had a confusing week, but some iPhone users didn’t escape unscathed. An iOS 11 bug started crashing some iPhones after the clocks hit 12:15AM this morning. Apple has had a history of strange time-related bugs affecting iOS multiple times over the years, but this particular issue appears to be related to recurring notifications for apps like reminders. After issuing a final developer beta of iOS 11.2 to developers last night, Apple decided to take the highly unusual step of issuing iOS 11.2 to all iPhone owners to fix the crashing issues today.

Apple generally issues iOS updates on a Tuesday at 1PM ET / 10AM PT, but this bug has clearly made the company push its release a lot earlier than it was potentially planning. iOS 11.2 also includes a fix for a new autocorrect issue where the word "it" to be autocorrected to "I.T” automatically. 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.

Let’s recap the week of Apple software problems:

  • macOS High Sierra critical flaw with root admin access
  • macOS High Sierra update released, but breaks file sharing
  • iOS 11 crashing on some iPhones due to a date bug
  • macOS High Sierra fix not installing correctly on some systems
  • iOS 11.2 released early to fix iPhone crash bug
It’s hard to say whether Apple has been particularly sloppy recently with its software updates, or whether this is a growing trend in software in general. Apple also didn’t notice an epic security flaw in macOS and iOS for 18 months a few years ago. Either way, this latest week of problems does highlight Apple’s challenge to meet the needs of its customers on a wide scale. 10 years ago Apple introduced the iPhone, but at the time its main computing devices were Macs which made up around five percent of all desktop machines. Windows was the operating system you associated with bugs or security patches at the time.

But Apple now has more than 1 billion devices running iOS, and any security flaws or problems impact millions of people on a much larger scale than macOS has ever experienced. Thankfully, Apple is able to patch these devices regularly and provides software updates even to older phones and tablets — something we rarely see on Android devices. Apple is now facing the challenging prospect of auditing its development processes to ensure this kind of messy week never happens again.