Apple says iOS 6's "Do Not Disturb" bug will fix itself next week

Apple says iOS 6's "Do Not Disturb" bug will fix itself next week
Starting on New Years Day, iOS 6 users began to report a strange bug with the "Do Not Disturb" feature on their Apple devices. The bug made it so that the "Do Not Disturb" option didn't automatically toggle off when it was supposed to, leading to plenty of missed calls and messages. Apple has confirmed that there is a bug, but says that it isn't planning to do anything about it, because the bug should fix itself next week.

Apple confirmed in a support post that there is a bug which causes the "Do Not Disturb" mode to stay on after its scheduled time, but the support page also notes that Apple won't be providing a fix. Apple doesn't explain, but says that the bug will be fixed automatically on January 7th, and says that before then "you should manually turn the Do Not Disturb feature on or off."

source: Apple

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