Apple releases iOS 11.2 to fix Springboard bug on iPhone

Apple Releases iOS 11.2 Update with Bug Fixes, Support for Faster Wireless Charging, & More

Apple quickly releases iOS 11.2 to fix Springboard bug; introduces Apple Pay Cash, faster 7.5W wireless charging

Thankfully, Apple resolved that one quickly with the 11.2 update afterwards, but this one, pushed out of the gate as quickly as Apple could bake it, brought with it another share of problems, it seems, this time involving the latest and greatest iPhone X.

A bug has been found by many users causing iPhones to crash if the third party apps use the recurring notifications for things like reminders.

Phones with the glitch must have a notification feature, like a workout or medical app.

After an early unveiling, the iOS 11.2 update comes with Apple Pay Cash feature it had teased at WWDC last month. Pay Cash will be available inside the Messages App and users can send the money through iMessages much like Venmo. It mainly enables 7.5W support to make wireless charging speedier.

As we can see from the video the the iOS 10.3.3 software boots up slightly faster than the new iOS 11.2 on the iPhone 5S.

As for the rest of the features that this update brings, you have three new Live wallpapers, improvements in the video stabilization, support to automatically advance to the next episode of the same show in Podcasts and includes downhill snow sports distance as a data type in HealthKit. The update also comes with various bug fixes and improvements.

The update improves stability in Calendar, resolves an issue where Settings could open to a blank screen and fixes an issue that could prevent swiping to Today View or Camera from the Lock Screen. According to Mixpanel around 21% of iPhone users are running iOS 10.

Also, addresses an issue where Find My iPhone sometimes wouldn't display a map, fixes an issue in Messages where the keyboard could overlap the most recent message along with the issue in Calculator where typing numbers rapidly could lead to incorrect results.

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