Apple Do Not Disturb Feature to Work Normally Again After January 7, 2013

Apple has recognized the grievance bug upsetting its iOS 6 characteristic Do Not Disturb and has assured that the attribute will resume normal functionality after 07-Jan-2013. Till that occurs, Apple has asked its iPhone, iPad and iPod touch users to manually turn the Do Not Disturb feature on or off. Users can manually turn off the scheduling feature by tapping on Settings -> Notifications -> Do Not Disturb, and switch Scheduled to Off.

The nice thing about Do Not Disturb is that it's relatively vigorous. User can turn it on manually by going into Settings and tapping the Do Not Disturb button on the left hand side. That's it. When user are done and user want to get contacted again just jump into their Settings and renewable it.

User can also set up Do Not Disturb to operate on a schedule like when user is sleeping, or early in the morning. To Do this, Go to Settings -> Notifications -> Do Not Disturb.
Here user can set up a specific schedule when Do Not Disturb runs, and set up who user allow incoming calls from.

Apple iOS developer Patrick McCarron recommended on Twitter that Apple had made a common mistake by incorrectly formatting how the iOS software defines dates, allowing the fundamental software, based on Unix, to define the final week of 2012 as ending on 07-Jan-2013.
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