Critical iOS 11 Bug Pushes iPhones into Infinite Reboot/Respring Loop

A growing number of iPhone models seems to be affected by a critical bug pushing devices into an infinite reboot or respring loop, with some complaining that in rare cases it all ends up with a complete shut down.

Judging from user reports, it all started on December 2 at 12:15 AM, with this particular time and date causing a respring for no clear reason. Some believe the issue is being caused by local notifications issued by a number of apps like Headspace and Calm, which are tied to the date and time information provided by the operating system.

While very little is known how the bug ended up causing devices almost impossible to use, one user revealed on reddit that Apple support said a fix is on its way, though it’ll be a challenge for iPhones to install it since they can’t run for more than 30 second without a reboot or respring.

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