Apple has moved quickly to fix the phone-breaking bug, breaking usual precedent to release iOS 11.2 on Saturday (three days earlier than its regular Tuesday release schedule). Apple also included a host of fixes for first-party apps, including a resolution to a Mail issue that could cause the app to appear to be checking for new messages even when a download is complete. The issue was reported in many countries.
But since the iOS 11.2 software update was released early, peer payments won't be live until Monday or Tuesday. Users can send cash through a linked credit or debit card, while received money can be stored in an Apple Pay cash card or sent to a bank account. It must be noted that the bug doesn't now seem to affect users running the iOS 11.2 beta. But iOS 11.2 is considered the second major update for iOS 11, after iOS 11.1 was released on October 31st. Once that's done, the article says, you're good to update to iOS 11.2.
Repeat for all the apps you want to disable.
iOS 11.2 also adds support for Apple Cash Pay. The provided options could give quick fixes until Apple introduces the final version of iOS 11.2.
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One of those affected is Twitter user Grehivin, who ed Apple to find out how to get rid of the annoying error message.
-After updating, tap Settings Notifications and turn Allow Notifications on again for each app.
A bug in iOS 11.1.2 is making iPhones to crash continuously once the clock strikes 12:15 am on the 2 of December 2017. The fact that Apple's artificial assistant couldn't respond to the "Hey Siri" command was a real problem and we can be glad that Apple fixed it. On November 28, a root bug was revealed allowing anyone to access a mac running the latest High Sierra operating system.
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