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Saturday, December 2, 2017

iPhone that restarts only continuously, what can I do?


If you woke up today in the morning and saw how your iPhone kept restarting continuously, every few seconds, you are not alone. Tens of thousands of people around the world, if not more, are suffering from the same problem. Restarting the iPhone does not solve the problem . Simply, without touching it, the Springboard is restarted (the program that manages the icons of the Apps on the desktop and launches applications, among other things) over and over again. In this video we can see the problem.
This is the Apple of our day . After an incredible bug that allowed to enter a Mac with high Sierra macOS simply using as a root user and without a password, now another bug makes many iPhone users around the world can hardly use their iPhone . The reboot is so fast that it can not even be used, it costs even to turn it off. This will make many users restore their iPhone, without solving the problem either. It happens by the conjunction of two situations;
  • You have an App installed that sends periodic notifications, for example, the Calendar App, although it can be any other.
  • You have a date higher than December 2 at 12:15 in the morning.
From that time, your iPhone will have been restarting its Springboard continuously, without stopping, probably warming up while you sleep and load it.
Of all the bugs that we remind Apple, this week's are the most serious, by far. They are really regrettable . It is really unacceptable that a bug of this scope reaches the final public and disable thousands, maybe millions? of iPhones all over the world . You can say higher, but not clearer. Worse, Apple can not do it .
If you find yourself in this situation, the way to fix it is:
  • Change the iPhone's date from the Adjustments App , quickly, to any day before December 2 at 12:15 AM. Disable the automatic time change before. Hurry up, you probably have to try it a lot of times because it just takes time to get to the Settings App and change the time before it restarts again.
  • Disable notifications for all Apps. Now, with iOS 11, Apple does not give a method to disable all notifications of all the Apps at the same time, so you will have to go one by one disabling them all. It's really unfortunate , we know, but as we said, this is the App of our days . Again, you will have to open again and again the App of Settings between restart and restart to get disable the notifications of the Apps. Actually, you only have to deactivate the notifications of the Apps that send notifications periodically scheduled ... Calendar is one of the main causes, although it may be others. As you have many Apps installed ... good luck 
  • Install iOS 11.2 , which solves the problem. In the article we were surprised about an Apple update on a Friday night, right? - Now we know why. This bug is so serious that they have no choice . iOS 11.2 solves this problem.
  • Once the update is finished, you can go to the Settings App and put the date back in, then you can activate the notifications again.
Today Saturday, December 2, 2017 thousands of iPhone users will wonder if it would not be better to switch to Android. They also have bugs, yes, but at least they do not prevent them from using their iPhone. Think about all those iPhone users who are traveling and can not read this article, or who are spending the weekend in an offline place, or simply do not have access to a Wi-Fi network to update iOS ... all those users are will be with an iPhone that they have to turn off to prevent it from restarting. Many, directly, will have run out of battery. Honestly, we would not like to work like a Genius in an Apple Store today, because they are going to have queue of users who go to find out what has broken your iPhone .

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