If you use a Yahoo email address, or are on a Yahoo mailing list, then you may already know that recently Yahoo essentially broke countless mailing lists, and generally made a lot of email broken, as any email with a “from Yahoo” address that wasn’t sent through a Yahoo mail server was rejected.
Yesterday we reported a few fixes for the bug affecting the “Do Not Disturb” feature on iOS 6, which resulted in the feature to not turn off once it was set, causing the users of iOS6 devices to miss appointments, phone calls, and alerts. But it appears that Apple is promising an automatic fix by January 8th.
If you’re an Apple iPhone 5 or any other type of iOS6 user who missed a few appointments or an important notice today, you’re not alone. It seems that with the roll over of the new year, those who used the “Do Not Disturb” feature on iOS 6 found that it won’t turn off, causing their phone to be stuck on “Do Not Disturb” mode through New Years Day, and so not sending them notifications as usual.
Is Facebook not loading for you properly? If your problem isn’t that Facebook is down, or that you can’t get to the site, but that the page isn’t loading everything (and especially if several Facebook pages aren’t loading everything), the problem may not be on Facebook’s end (exactly) but with your computer. Or, put more properly, Facebook may have tweaked something on its end that has caused software on your computer to need to be updated in order to play nicely with Facebook again. Does your effort to load Facebook result in something that looks like this?:
iPhone users around the world are finding (some the hard way) that the change from 2010 to 2011 has caused the alarms on their iPhones to stop working. This primarily is affecting one-time alarms, not repeating alarms, but that doesn’t make it any the less frustrating, especially for those who relied on their alarms to get them up this morning for work, only to find that their iPhone alarm didn’t go off. Fortunately there is a workaround for your broken iPhone alarm.