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Discussion in 'MacRumors.com News Discussion' started by MacRumors, Sep 26, 2017.
Having the same issues with my 6s+
I'm on a 6 and it 11 is working fine. Admittedly, from my perspective on iOS for 4 years now, each iOS release affects battery life - sometimes positively, sometimes negatively.
I had an initial issue when I installed where I could not get the phone to connect with my car. But I reloaded iOS using iTunes and started fresh. That appears to have solved it and is the only problem I've encountered so far.
Count up to 1000% /s
Dude, Winter is Here - didn't you hear about the white raven?
Sadly, this did NOT fix the crackling issue in my 8 Plus ☹️
Exchange bug fixed confirmed by Apple.
Anyone has an issue turning on iMessage on iPad Pro 10.5 after this update ???
Edit: reopened iMessage and that fixed the prob
This is not a possibility in software development.
If they waited for things to be 100% bug free, we would never get new features.
They have millions of lines of code worked on my thousands of developers. You cannot predict that a random line in your code might effect code of someone else's part that they might not have thought of handling.
Nope. I didn't hear about it.
There are pretty much always bugs to fix and updates to release.
How about a watchOS update to fix the stand reminder issues that I have seen some people complain about.
In the same boat as well with my 6S Plus
This is great news and very impressive.
Only Apple can do this because they control the hardware and software experience.
A patch this fast or at any rate is a sign that all software is a work in progress.
Updates can be released even without that.
I don’t see it on my iPad Pro?
There is a definite conflict of interest here with apple. Because they make the Hardware and Software, there is an opportunity to get users to upgrade by simply slowing down iOS on old devices.
Windows XP words fantastically on new hardware. Apple have a 'six year rule' with macOS support.
Yet iPhone, apples biggest money spinner, appears to have a '2 year rule'. (my 2 year old iPhone 6 slowed down last year).
At £1000 an iPhone with 2 years before 'slow down' and a 12 month warranty, it makes me wonder.
Not seeing it on my 7+ is there any indication that this update is device specific?
Anyone know the details of those updates? I'm talking specifically.
Be nice if they told us what it fixed
Just updated iPhone 7 - 3D touch still jittery; iPad mini 4 also feels about same as before -slight occasional stutters in scrolling; But i Guess i should give some more time for things to settle..? Updating iPad pro 10.5 now; It was already performing great in 11.0, so am in no hurry updating to 11.0.1
How is your ip 6 now?
Yeah, did it OTA and have had a bunch of slowness issues so decided to do iTunes this time. Guessing it is downloading the whole thing