The 1970 bug is a somewhat irritating and generally setting so as to engross programming glitch that blocks any iPhone the go back before May 1970. Obviously, Apple's remedying that glitch in the following adaptation of iOS. The latest beta of iOS 9.3 fixes the bug by restricting the framework time — you now can't set it back before 31 December 2000, halting any probability of bricking the handset. Apple hasn't authoritatively said what brought about the issue, however it's possible connected to the Unix time framework utilized as a part of spots in iOS, which battles to handle dates before 1970. The bugfixed beta is now accessible to designers and open beta analyzers. The full programming ought to be taking off to overall population at some point this harvest time, and an informed conjecture would indicate a dispatch at some point around Apple's March 15 occasion.