Apple users around the globe facing some issue with their iOS devices since midnight and may you have experienced it. If your iPhone or iPad is rebooting itself again and again, then you are among the affected iOS users. First the MacOS admin login issue and now the rebooting problem with iOS devices, it seems like Apple is having a tough time with its devices.
The technical glitch in the operating system of Apple devices is causing the issue and making the devices to crash. According to the reports, the glitch in the device's notification system is affecting the springboard. The springboard is responsible for handling all the activities on the home screen. The phones are rebooting frequently and asking the user to re-enter their pin.
As the problems lie in the notification system, the scheduling apps that are used to notify or remind via giving notification at the predetermined time are amplifying the glitch. The system started crashing just after your device’s close hit 12:15 on 2 December. The apps present on your phone for daily notifications such as Workout apps, medical apps, or reminder apps are triggering the glitch.
In order to rescue your device from the problem, you need to turn off the notification setting of all the apps with a notification alert. If you can manage to use the phone without crashing for few minutes go to the phone settings and turn off the notification of all the scheduled apps. In case you are not facing the glitch or any kind of crash that means either you have already turned off the notification or don't use any scheduled apps. To cure the problem permanently you need to update the iOS to the latest version provided by Apple.
First, you need to make your iPhone stable by stopping from rebooting constantly with the above-mentioned steps. Now, update the device with iOS 11.2 which contains the fixes for the glitch. After updating the device with the latest iOS version you can turn back on the app’s notifications. However, there is no official statement from the Apple over the bug yet, but the tweet from the PSA staff member is giving all the required information.