Occasionally a buggy app or a new iOS update will result in instability that sometimes causes your iPhone to freeze or become otherwise unresponsive. Instances of this sort require you to force a reboot (aka hard reset, hard reboot, force restart, force reboot). A force reboot will retain your data, so it's not like doing a factory reset which erases everything. Hopefully after restarting you will be able to get rid of the offending app or revert to an earlier more stable version of iOS.
As sometimes happens with software updates, some users are experiencing glitches on updated devices. In rare cases, AirPods aren't getting along perfectly with iOS 11.2.6. Rest assured that intermittent connection issues and other problems caused by the iOS update can easily be fixed. If your AirPods aren't playing in stereo, or touch controls have stopped working after iOS 11.2.6 try this fix.
Some iPhone 7 owners are experiencing an issue with cellular connectivity, with their devices showing a "No Service" message despite coverage being available. The "No Service" problem affects a small percentage of iPhone 7 units manufactured between September 2016 and February 2018. A failed component on the main logic board is causing the problem. So how can iPhone 7 owners fix the "No Service" issue?
Owners of the iPhone X have now had time with their new devices, and reviews are overwhelmingly positive. However, as with any fresh design there are things to get used to in the beginning. Not only this, but with Apple's manufacturers cranking out millions of units in a short space of time there are bound to be a few phones with issues. Here are the top five iPhone X problems reported by users, along with some fixes:
A constantly spinning wheel in the iOS status bar sometimes appears after using keyboard dictation. iOS users have noticed the wheel continues to spin unless the iPhone is placed in Airplane Mode. Rebooting the iPhone doesn't always clear up the problem.