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.
Here's how you can downgrade iOS 11.2 to earlier firmware, such as iOS 11.1, iOS 11.1.1, iOS 11.0.3, iOS 11.0.2, iOS 11.0.1. iMore's Rene Ritchie suggests that Apple Pay Cash will launch early next week, likely when iOS 11.2 was originally slated to be released. The issue seems to affect people randomly, with our iPhone X being affected and only a handful of reports across the internet on various sites and Twitter.
Apple doesn't disable those features so that you can connect your Apple Watch or Apple Pencil, enable Personal Hotspot from another device and use Wi-Fi for more accurate location features. Many users faced this problem at the same time. If you're unable to update, contact Apple support for help.
Apple's new iOS 11.2 update fixes this problem. The bug was reported soon by the officials and the new update was soon released after realizing the issue.
In a case, if you already don't know about it, Respringing occurs when the iPhone essentially goes through a soft reboot. Setting off the loop were apps sending out local notifications with repeating reminders. Now, it looks like Apple is again having issues with iOS on various devices.
Releasing iOS 11.2 on a Friday night is a bit odd, but that might be because some iPhones keep rebooting themselves because of a time bug. You can probably expect a macOS, tvOS and watchOS update next week. It offers live integration to sports channels so you can easily watch out your favourite games through this app.
In the Podcasts app, you can now swipe up while playing an episode to see a sleep timer, episode description, chapters, episode notes, and Up Next.