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Apple pushed out i OS 11.2 ahead of normal schedules, as the date crashing bug was so severe it demanded urgent attention.
This resulted in Apple releasing an update at a very unusual time, at a weekend, because so many people were facing Springboard crashes after the system clock ticked over to December 2.
In an interview with The New York Times, Jonathan said that maintenance of the clock is planned "for years to come." In June 2017, the Durst Organization announced that the National Debt Clock would be relocated again so that a new entrance for 1133 Avenue of the Americas could be built.
Wait for the screen to go black, then hold down the side button to boot the phone up again.
If Face ID does not work after a hard restart, contact Apple Support.
The National Debt Clock is a billboard-sized running total display which constantly updates to show the current United States gross national debt and each American family's share of the debt.
It is currently installed on the western side of One Bryant Park, west of Sixth Avenue between 42nd and 43rd Streets in Manhattan, New York City. The idea for the clock came from New York real estate developer Seymour Durst, who wanted to highlight the rising national debt.
It showed a national debt of $5.7 billion and an individual family share of almost $74,000.