Tuesday, February 16, 2016

This is a possible fix to the problem of re-set the date in the iOS system

There have been many reports that indicated in the past that there is a glitch in the iOS system causes the iOS devices stopped working. Basically, this bug appears when you reset the date to 1 January, 1970 and reboot your iPhone. After performing these procedures, you will find that Apple logo appears constantly without having the ability to login to the system. It seems that the only way to fix it is by taking your device to one of the official Apple retail stores.

But according to a new video clip published by JerryRigEverything on YouTube, it appears that there is a fix for this flaw. The only downside to this reform is being requires opening your phone, which means the possibility of damage to your device and invalidate the warranty, so do not try to experience this fix, in case you were not you have experience in open mobile devices, especially the complex devices such as the iPhone.

How is this reform? Mainly in the video above, the JerryRigEverything channel open the iPhone and disconnect the battery before it is re-connected again. This method is somewhat reminiscent of previous years when most phones come with removable batteries.

Overall, as we said before, this is not an easy repair process, so it is best to wait for the Apple company to issue a new update software fit this flaw in the iOS system, rather than open the phone and remove the battery and re-installed.

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