The bug of the “1970” block (almost) definitely your iPhone
On iOS there is still a curious bug relating to the date set in the operating system: if you go back in time until 1 January 1970, the iPhone is locked in an almost permanent.
To talk to you about this bug, we trust what is written by different users, but also on YouTube there are several videos that document the problem. In practice, if you go in the settings of iOS and change the date until the first of January, 1970, by turning off the option that sets the time automatically, the iPhone will hang in a permanent way. You want to try? Here are all the steps to follow:
The really interesting thing, is that the iPhone crashes and cannot be restored even in DFU. The only way to restart the terminal, you take it to an Apple Store, although some users claim to have solved waiting for about 5 hours, in this case, different iPhone returned to work, but with different lag solved by changing again the date and bringing it back to the correct one. The bug affects all iOS devices with 64-bit processor and with iOS 8 or higher. In practice, the iPhone 5s. It is not clear why this particular problem...
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