New Years Day Glitch Causing Do Not Disturb Sessions to Continue Past Schedule
iOS 6 brought with it a new feature called Do Not Disturb that allows you to keep all notifications from notifying you as long as the feature is enabled. You can enable the feature manually whenever you donít feel like being disturbed, or you can set scheduled sessions, such as when youíre in bed and donít want to be woken up.
For anyone that has set up the scheduled Do Not Disturb feature, you may notice that the feature isnít behaving correctly this New Years holiday. The scheduled Do Not Disturb feature is continuing far beyond the "To" time that users have set in the Do Not Disturb preferences pane.
Anyone who may not have noticed that Do Not Disturb was still on beyond the "To" time would have continued through their day thinking that they have received no notifications today, only to find when they press the power button to wake up the device that their lock screen has many notifications stacked above one another.
, New Years day had spelled trouble for users trying to take advantage of the alarm feature built into iOS. The alarm would have failed to sound at the time that the user set and this would have caused users to wake up much later than originally expected, making them late for work and other planned events.
The problem with Do Not Disturb is definitely annoying and leaving many scratching their heads as to why Apple canít seem to get their clocks to work right every new year.