iOS 8.0.2 Notification Center Issue

ogremoustro

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Aug 17, 2011
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Has this happened to anyone else? The notification center just gets stuck there and wont move any lower. It's annoying as locking the phone and then unlocking it doesn't fix it; I have to turn off the phone completely.
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J.C

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Nov 12, 2008
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Yes. You name it, it's broken, at least for me, on 8.0.2 for iPhone 6 Plus. I could list 2 dozen issues just like this.
 

lelisa13p

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Mar 6, 2009
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Since you say it's happening on iP6+, could it have something to do with a conflict with the Reachability function? Do you have that turned ON?

I have iP6 and no problem.
 

Solver

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Has this happened to anyone else? The notification center just gets stuck there and wont move any lower. It's annoying as locking the phone and then unlocking it doesn't fix it; I have to turn off the phone completely.
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Don't have an iPhone 6 Plus. It looks like this glitch was caused by Notifications being pulled down at about the same time the phone was turned. AKA an Apple iOS bug.
 

iamMacPerson

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Jun 12, 2011
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Has this happened to anyone else? The notification center just gets stuck there and wont move any lower. It's annoying as locking the phone and then unlocking it doesn't fix it; I have to turn off the phone completely.
No issues here. iPhone 6 Plus, iOS 8.0.2. Very strange though. The only app I have had a similar problem with is Mail. If I launch Mail in portrait mode, close it, switch to landscape mode then tap a Mail banner that pops down to view the Message, the message only takes up the left hand side of the "two up" display.
 

Apple blogger

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Feb 28, 2013
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Yes. You name it, it's broken, at least for me, on 8.0.2 for iPhone 6 Plus. I could list 2 dozen issues just like this.
You know it would be great if u did that Because if an apple engineer reads the page, it would be easier to Get a solution
 

lelisa13p

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Mar 6, 2009
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You know it would be great if u did that Because if an apple engineer reads the page, it would be easier to Get a solution
That's a terrible idea. No Apple engineer is going to be reading and any list will just sound like a lot of whining.

Address concerns about items like that directly to Apple at their Feedback site, where it will do some good.
 
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