Apple: The Bug Of “Do Not Disturb” In iOS 6 Will Resolve Itself On 7 January

Posted on Jan 3 2013 - 4:58pm by Muhammad Umer

The feature introduced with iOS 6 “Do Not Disturb” is not working from the beginning of 2013. According to Apple, the bug will be automatically fixed on Monday, 7 January.

Through an official document Apple admits the bug that many people have experienced on iOS 6 devices. Since the New Year, the “do not disturb” function that inhibits calls and notifications for a specific period of time, it remains active even after the predetermined time period.

The Californian Company promises that the problem will resolve itself on 7 January. Before that time we will have to work around the problem by manually toggling it from the settings of our device. If we do not do this manually from Settings, this function will not enable or disable automatically according to the schedule that we have set.

This bug pops out just after the new commercial for the iPhone 5 which illustrates the “Do Not Disturb”. Here’s the new commercial video of iPhone 5:

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