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Apple® has authoritatively published a notice in line with its efforts to provide fix for the “1970” date bug disturbing 64-bit iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch devices. The notice doesn’t point to any current fixture, yet the manufacturer has assured to publish the fixture in an upcoming iOS software updates, which will eliminate the issue.

Here the support document quotes:

“Manually changing the date to May 1970 or earlier can prevent your iOS device from turning on after a restart. An upcoming software update will prevent this issue from affecting iOS devices. If you have this issue, contact Apple® Technical Support.”

The bug diagnosed in iOS software creates problems in 64-biy processors running on the devices such as iPhone 5S, iPad Air, iPad Mini 2 and the latest. The users have found that the fail-safe restoration method with the help of iTunes is not functioning properly. Though the reason to have such issues has not been confirmed, yet the iOS experts point the fingers towards the way iOS keeps date and time format that affects all those procedures that need the format.

The experts recommend avoiding such messages that ask you to set the date to 1 January 1970. So if you have encountered such problems in your iOS devices and you are not getting solutions, you better reach out to an expert who can help you with appropriate solution to Apple® Tech Support and Help. Apple® is taking the issue very seriously and it is committed to fix the bug soon through the next iOS updates.

Some independent technical companies are providing technical assistance to those who are eager to bring their iOS devices back to the life, but it can be accomplished only when the professionals do have skills and expertise. If you are desperate to fix the bug, contact professionals through Contact Apple® Support Phone Number and get your device repaired.

If you try to approach professionals to have Apple® help, you would be advised to stay at arm’s length if you get a malicious email from pranksters. Such attracters shoot malicious emails or messages to trick iOS users and provoke them to set to 1 January 1970 by acting as if it is a time server. A hacker could block every 64-bit device associated with a Wi-Fi network.

iOS software is designed based on a UNIX, and its time and date format begins at 00:00:00 UTC on January 1, 1970. Consequently, the manufacturer does never let the users set the date prior to it.

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