An iOS bug caused iPhones to crash when the date changed to December 2
- An iOS 11 bug caused some iPhones to crash when the date changed to December 2.
- Apple rushed out a fix for the bug in a software update early Saturday.
- It's the second major Apple software bug this week.
Apple has already issued a fix. It pushed out iOS 11.2 to devices early Saturday morning ahead of its scheduled release early next week. In addition to fixing the "December 2" bug, iOS 11.2 also adds peer-to-peer payments through Apple Pay, which lets you send money to other iOS users through iMessage. (Think of it as Apple's answer to Venmo.)
A bug in iOS 11 caused some iPhones to crash early Saturday as the calendar changed to December 2. According to iMore, the bug was related to notifications from third-party apps.
The iOS bug is the second big software blunder from Apple this week. Earlier this week, users discovered a bug in the latest Mac operating system that let anyone log into a password-protected computer with the username "root." Apple fixed the bug the following day.
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