Apple’s latest iOS 11 mobile operating system has already been released to the public for all iPhone and iPad users for about a weeks now. During that stretch of time, there have been a lot of complaints regarding the performance of Apple’s latest mobile software update release. iOS 11 have been complaining about WiFi and Bluetooth issues, Mail bugs, and home button response delay as well as battery life problems. The problems on the iOS 11 have left a number of users wanting to downgrade from the very latest operating system to the older one. There are also a lot of users who are enjoying the new features on the iOS 11 including redesigned Control Center, improved Siri and other functionalities.
Today, the Cupertino-headquartered technology giant releases an update to iOS 11 to address those aforementioned issues and to make the new operating system a better experience for iPhone and iPad. Apple just out the iOS 11.0.3 with a number of fixes the issues that have been popping up users who upgraded to the iOS 11.
Here are the iOS 11.0.3 changelog notes from Apple:
– Fixes an issue where audio and haptic feedback would not work on some iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus devices
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– Addresses an issue where touch input was unresponsive on some iPhone 6s displays because they were not serviced with genuine Apple parts
There is no note mentioned about the battery life problems that have been siphoning the juices out of some iOS 11 running devices. The company has also noted that the security patches in iOS 11.0.3 are the same as to the previously released iOS 11.0.2 version, so there haven’t been any improvements made in that area.
If you are one of the disappointed iOS 11 users, there is no clear definitions addressing battery life problems and other bugs running the iOS 11. Sometimes technology companies like Apple, Google and Samsung will release an update that makes a significant changes in the ecosystem but they won’t stress out the improvements in the changelog. Should Apple came across a good-for-nothing process that was rooting the decrease in battery life then the company would probably discreetly fix it and release out a necessary update. This would be chiefly verifiable for the iOS 11.0.3 because the company has yet to officially acknowledge the battery life problems concerning to the iOS 11.
With all that being said, I haven’t stumble into any articles or post in the forums online from iOS 11 users who experienced a great improvement in battery life after installing the iOS 11.0.3.
Are you an iOS 11 user? Have you are experiencing battery life issues lately? Then it seems like you may have to continue waiting for an update that will significantly improve the battery life of your device. However, if you’re iPhone 6S and iPhone 6S Plus owners having concern with the touchscreen of your phone then the iOS 11.0.3 update will fit that.
So, How would you install Apple iOS 11.0.3 software update?
To install the Apple iOS 11.0.3. software update, you will simply head into your “Settings” app, tap on “General” and then tap on the “Software Update.”