titrau

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Can i have chance downgrade ios 11.2

too much drain ,
 

Paddle1

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You probably shouldn't since every version of iOS 11 prior to 11.2 has a date glitch that can crash your device repeatedly. They'll probably stop signing the old versions soon.

Sometimes updates cause reduced battery life after they're first installed, so you could try waiting to see if it stabilizes.
 

Nisaja

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Try a restore and set up as new on iOS 11.2. Should fix your battery issues.
 

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already try ...

i think update newer always slow down our devices and battery issue = that is how it set

i wont do it again ,

will restore 11.1 around this week , happy previous version
 

Mlrollin91

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already try ...

i think update newer always slow down our devices and battery issue = that is how it set

i wont do it again ,

will restore 11.1 around this week , happy previous version
Did you miss the post where it said all previous versions of iOS have the date glitch? By all means, downgrade if you want your phone to crash 24/7.
 
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My previous version is alright - have been use ok , fine to me .... after up to 11.2
2 big problem face are

1/ battery drain
2/ display look not like oled look less cool
 

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dont know why but my display look less cool like first time unboxing - feel like less HD on it, not crystal shine look
 

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seriously ... now my display look like 6/6+

my first look hand on 8+ when unbox is awsome , ... feel like none glass look /
 

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seriously ... now my display look like 6/6+

my first look hand on 8+ when unbox is awsome , ... feel like none glass look /
Do you perhaps have zoomed view enabled or something like that?
 

Paddle1

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The main ways to affect the screen appearance would be these:

Night Shift
True Tone Display
Auto brightness
Reduce White Point
Color Filters
Invert Colors
Zoom mode

Unless one of these were toggled I believe it should be the same.
 

Vanilla35

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Considering how premature 11.0-11.1 has been, 11.2 is a necessity to me (more stable). I will not go beyond that though, in lieu of potentially slowing down my device otherwise.
 
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