IPhone and iPad users hit with bug

The major update for iPhone and iPad comes a month after the release of iOS 11.1. Apple recommended for users to manually change the date on their devices to an earlier date as a temporary workaround. Alternatively, users could disable notifications for the affected apps to make their devices work without crashes. The update also introduces Apple Pay Cash, Apple's person-to-person payment system on iMessage, but sadly, the feature is only available for folks in the U.S. This feature is now integrated into the Messaging app and lets people send, request and receive money from their contacts through a message. Amongst the list of new features, the new iOS platform majorly includes Apple Pay Cash and faster wireless charging support for the iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus, and the iPhone X, as well as fixes a date crashing bug that emerged last week on a large number of iOS devices. Apart from this, the update also brings faster 7.5W wireless charging support for iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus and iPhone X through Qi-based wireless charging pads.

25 years since first text message received on mobile phone
That honor (or blame) falls on Matti Makkonen, who initially suggested the idea back in 1984 at a telecommunications conference. Although, sending SMS using sim card over mobile is outdated, yet texting is still live, no matter which app you are using.

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. The update also comes with various bug fixes and improvements. Not long after, the company rolled out iOS 11.2 to the public, which addresses the date bug. For those who aren't able to immediately update, it suggests that iPhone, iPad and iPod touch owners go into the Notifications subhead of the Settings application, then toggle off the "Allow Notifications" item for every single App Store app they own before upgrading to the new OS version.

Mixed Sales Bag for "Big 3" in November
Additionally, U.S. consumer confidence last month was at its highest level since November 2000, according to the Conference Board. The Toyota was down 2.4 percent, and the luxury Lexus brand was down 6.7 percent, according to the Japanese automaker.

If not, and you are getting the above message when trying to use Face ID, simply reboot your X, which is most cases fixes this "bug".

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Samsung might also introduce a mini version of the Galaxy S9 along with the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 Plus next year. The technology will then display various letters from the user's password, to help remember the password.

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