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Instead Of Just Fixing iPhone Bug Now, Apple Says You Can Wait A Few Days

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AUCKLAND, NEW ZEALAND - SEPTEMBER 28: The new iPhone 5 is launched on September 27, 2012 in Auckland, New Zealand. Telecom, with help of rugby great Jonah Lomu, launched the much-anticipated Apple iPhone 5 last night in Auckland. Jonah was joined by Opshop frontman and New Zealand's Got Talent judge, Jason Kerrison in Wellington via live feed between the two cities. Auckland, Wellington and Christchurch stores opened their doors at 12.01am to eager customers, some waiting since 8am the previous morning. Customers were offered a 'luxury' cueing experience at the Victoria Street West store, with the iPhone officially available for sale at 12:01am. (Photo by Hannah Johnston/Getty Images for Telecom)
AUCKLAND, NEW ZEALAND - SEPTEMBER 28: The new iPhone 5 is launched on September 27, 2012 in Auckland, New Zealand. Telecom, with help of rugby great Jonah Lomu, launched the much-anticipated Apple iPhone 5 last night in Auckland. Jonah was joined by Opshop frontman and New Zealand's Got Talent judge, Jason Kerrison in Wellington via live feed between the two cities. Auckland, Wellington and Christchurch stores opened their doors at 12.01am to eager customers, some waiting since 8am the previous morning. Customers were offered a 'luxury' cueing experience at the Victoria Street West store, with the iPhone officially available for sale at 12:01am. (Photo by Hannah Johnston/Getty Images for Telecom)

In a support article on its website, Apple has acknowledged that a bug is keeping iOS devices' Do Not Disturb feature active past its scheduled time. It says that the bug will automatically correct itself after January 7, 2013.

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