2013 New Year Bug in the operating system of iOS 6
Bug in the operating system iOS 6 left the feature “Do not disturb” active on the morning of Jan. 1, 2013 and silenced calls.
Users of version 6 operating system iOS, which runs on iPhones, iPads and iPods of Apple found that feature “Do Not Disturb” takes extraordinary liberties on the morning of January 1, 2013.
The Feature that was launched on the latest version of the operating system, allows you to set a schedule on which the device calls will not be accepted. So, instead of moving it manually every night to quiet mode, for example the user can set the hours between midnight to seven in the morning and the alarm is silenced, . Whoever did this style operation revealed this morning that the phone does not come from the Do Not Disturb and continues to silence, as if still in the middle of the night. Only when canceling the use of the feature or move the date to January 2 the device lock is released.
The bug does not hit all the iOS devices around the world, it is still unclear how many devices it hit and why. “I’m in Japan, 2013 has started here and I see the iPhone 4 and my iPad 2 show the status of” Do not disturb “even though it has time limit I set in to interfere,” said a user on Mac Rumors.
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