How to Downgrade iOS 11.2 to Earlier Firmware on iPhone, iPad, iPod

How to Downgrade iOS 11.2 to Earlier Firmware on iPhone, iPad, iPod

How to Downgrade iOS 11.2 to Earlier Firmware on iPhone, iPad, iPod

Apple has moved quickly to fix the phone-breaking bug, breaking usual precedent to release iOS 11.2 on Saturday (three days earlier than its regular Tuesday release schedule).

Turn off all notifications so the update won't be interrupted by a rogue alert. Repeat this step for each app. Head over to the Settings app, then hit General, then Software Update. The reason the update launched today is that current versions of iOS contains a bug that may crash springboard on December 2nd - as users in certain parts of the world are now discovering - and 11.2 contains the fix for that bug. This is very frustrating especially when you're in the middle of something as it wipes out your last action! They differ from remote notifications in that they don't come from internet services. The obvious solution, rolling back the clock, broke so many apps that it was not advised.

That's what it looks like. Head over to the Notifications tab in the Settings app, and browse your list of apps to find any that are sending notifications.

If you're affected by this issue, the best fix appears to be disabling notifications from any apps that use the local settings (turning all notifications off also works).

That bug is said to be associated with notifications generated after 12:15 a.m. local time on December 2.

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Update your device to iOS 11.2.

As for the jailbroken iOS 11 beta, we are talking about the one showed at MOSEC by KeenLab. It offers live integration to sports channels so you can easily watch out your favourite games through this app. You can now send or receive money directly by using this app on the iOS device.

Emoji tweaks. iOS 11.1 brought a whole new slate of emoji, so no emoji changes were initially expected for this release, but Apple has included a number of design tweaks for certain existing emoji, as outlined on Emojipedia. Twice is a bad bug.

It is not the first software problem faced by Apple this week.

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