Monday, February 15, 2016

Apple will fix the "1970 bug" in the next update

You've certainly must have heard that bug that turns your iPhone or iPad into a very expensive paperweight only that the unit's date changes to 1 January,1970, right? But know that Apple officially recognized this problem in its official website (in a support page) and promised that the next software update will correct it and ensure that in future no one harm because of it.

Comment Apple is quite short and quotes just to change the date of your phone to May (or earlier), 1970, after restarting it, you can disable the device. The quote of the company was added after a number of users publishing tireless comments on the issue, and clearly she could not stop talking about it.

On the page, Apple also suggests that any users affected by the problem should contact the company's support for assistance. Some people claim to have their appliances replaced, as reports 9to5mac, while others had their requests direct denials of the Genius Bar in the official stores of the company.

So far, Apple has not released an official solution to the problem, at least for now, about the bug repair, beyond the promise that the next update will bring a correction.

We know, too, if Apple will release the patch only on iOS 9.3 or in a next update, as an iOS 9.2.2. We hope, like all iOS users, which Apple or on the release of the next major update to its mobile system or a closer correction is already underway.

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