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Yes, on all my iDevices except for my iPod touch. That stays on 10.3.3 until it dies.
I got the same message on my iPad Pro 10.5". I just let it do whatever it did. The message disappeared and everything is now good.
iTunes says 11.4.1 is still current for me.
Why not ask 2015 MBP owners? If you do, my answer is no.
Unless there are some 32-bit apps on your iPad you want to keep, go for it.
I second trying Dyrii.
Yes, it's the cheapest therapy I know of!
macintoshmac said "Dyrii is a smart text-first tool. Can't understand why isn't it being a hit with the crowd."
You're absolutely right. I don't...
I very much want DYRII to succeed. But this announcement sounds ominous. "...We are unable to add any new features at this time." It sounds like...
If you really want a new iPad Pro, and the only way to get one is with Face ID, of course you're going to get it.
Bless you! I tried it just now, and it worked perfectly. After 4 downloads, 4 black screens, and 4 build numbers not changing, I am now on Build...
You're right, of course. I'm now at 4 hours on my third attempt, and nothing. SMC reset, and I'm back to where I was. Life goes on.
Thanks, but I walked away from it for 2 hours the first time and 3 hours for the second time. Not quite seeing why a security update should take...
This happened to me, twice. Resetting the SMC resolved the issue of the black screen, but it appears that the update was not installed. My Build #...
Original iPad 2010-2011
iPad 2 2011-2012
Ipad 4 2012-2015
Ipad Air 2 2015-Current
Ipad Pro 12.9 2017-Current
I think the iPad Pro is the best...