Another Way to Brick Apple Mobile DeviceAdded: Tuesday, February 16th, 2016
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Don’t even try to charge your iPhone or iPad in the microwave or manually set the date to 1 January 1970 – the later will cause the device to get permanently stuck while trying to boot back up if it’s switched off. According to multiple users’ reports, the bug within the date and time settings within Apple’s operating system causes such an issue that even the fail-safe restore techniques using iTunes can’t repair the problem.
This bug affects iPhones, iPads and iPod Touches with 64-bit processors running iOS 8 or newer. The known list of the affected devices includes the iPhone 5S or newer, the iPad Air, iPad mini 2 or the last-year 6th generation iPod Touch or newer.
Apple hasn’t confirmed the precise cause of the problem. However, the rumors are that it lies in the way the operating system stores date and time formats. Apparently, 1 January 1970 is stored as a value of zero or less than zero, which causes every other process that requires the time stamp to fail.
By the way, it is not so easy to actually set the date back that far, as you need to do a lot of scrolling, save the time and then re-enter the time and date settings to scroll more. In other words, you will never do it by accident, although pranksters have taken to bricking Apple Store demo units. But your device can still be affected if a malicious attacker tricks it connected to a network designed to automatically adjusting its time settings by pretending to be a time server. For example, every 64-bit iPhone connected to a public Wi-Fi network could be bricked in this way. There are reports about the users curious about the bug having bricked their devices trying to disprove these claims and ending up having to have them replaced by Apple.
Tuesday, February 16th, 2016
|If this has happened to you don't worry , just pop out the battery and put in, the phone will do an auto update of date and time|
|posted by (2016-02-17 00:11:40)|
|How to pull out the battery in apple device ? :p|
|There is a special type of screwdriver you can get off of Amazon for about 7.99 if you have Amazon prime|
|its not as easy as it sounds to just "pop out" the battery,the glue is on the battery pretty good .even with a heat gun it can be tricky to get the battery out without damaging the battery... just saying|
|You dont have to take out the entire battery|
All you need is the special screwdriver and a small philips to disconnect the battery from the motherboard
you dont need to take the battery complete out
|Are people really stupid enough to put there phones|
in a microwave to recharge a battery? LOL. I know
Apple makes it hard for a newbie hacker to take a
iPhone battery out, but come on. Although, Apple
is made way better than Android in quality. I still
prefer a galaxy 6 edge due to Apple stupid security
|posted by (2016-02-18 17:54:23)|
|all you have to do is let the battery die. after you charge it and let it reboot, the time will reset. you don't have to open the device.||
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