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The iPhone bug that automatically disabled the "Do Not Disturb" scheduling feature on iOS6 will fix itself on January 7, Apple announced today, which means you'll have to deal with the glitch for another five days. Normally, iPhone users can schedule when to silence calls and notifications from certain contacts, but that feature stopped working in the new year, which meant a lot of missed calls on New Year's Day for people who didn't realize it was still turned on. In the meantime, you'll have to go in manually and turn off "Do Not Disturb." Which is pretty annoying.

 

 

 

 

 

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