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Apple’s iOS17 is causing another surprise problem in multiple different iPhone models

New day, new iPhone issues - apparently.

Published on Oct 11, 2023 at 2:59PM (UTC+4)

Last updated on Oct 11, 2023 at 7:30PM (UTC+4)

Edited by Kate Bain
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Apple iOS17 has had a troubled start so far with many users reporting several issues.

Aside from the well-known overheating issue, Apple users are now complaining about another issue.

READ MORE: Ex-Apple employee explains why you shouldn’t download iOS17 if you have an old iPhone

Some users are now reporting that their iPhones are rebooting themselves at night, seemingly out of the blue.

People are now taking to Reddit and X to explain what’s been going on.

Some users realized their iPhone had turned itself off during the night because when they picked it up in the morning they had to enter their passcode to unlock FaceID.

This is something that’s normally only required once, the first time you turn on the phone.

Others found out the ‘hard way’, so to speak.

In the morning, they picked up their iPhone and found it ‘dead’, despite having a full battery after charging all night.

READ MORE: Apple releases statement on iPhone 15 overheating and gives reason for device issues

Not a day goes by without a new iOS17-related issue.

In fact, Apple’s latest update was so problematic that the company had to promptly release an ‘update for the update‘.

The good news is everything seems to be fine after the new iOS17.03., which was released just a few days ago, so hopefully it stays that way.

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