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Apple’s latest iOS update fixes a bizarre issue that started right after midnight on Dec. 2

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This is an odd one: Not long after midnight on Dec. 2, some iOS 11-powered iPhones started crashing.

It was an issue with local notifications, as software engineer Yoshimasa Niwa noted on Twitter (h/t iMore). And it’s already been addressed by Apple, which — in an unusual twist — pushed out iOS 11.2 to all users just a handful of hours after the final developer beta version of the update went live.

Most iOS updates arrive on Tuesdays, but the time-related crashes obviously led Apple to pull the trigger early.

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 Read more…

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