ETA on 11.1?

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  1. PBz macrumors 68020

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    Hearing it’s much better. Man.. 11.0 was rough. Also, hearing rumblings that 11.1 fixes the crackling from speaker on calls. I have this issue with my phone.

    Thanks.
     
  2. atlchamp macrumors 68000

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    the only way to find out if it works for you is to download the beta and test it yourself. Don't worry about anyones else's input when it comes to beta's or OS experiences period. Everyone has different results
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    But I would say the ETA on 11.1 is around late October
     
  3. PBz thread starter macrumors 68020

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    Ouch. Really hope they fix this crackling sooner. I don’t want to go through a return cycle/process.. no fun for anyone. I also don’t want my new 8+ operated on when it’s this new.. hoping software resolves.. maybe 11.0.2.
     
  4. Dwalls90 macrumors 601

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    I'm pretty sure the iPhone X will require iOS 11.1, similar to how when Apple used to release new iPads in the fall, they received the X.1.0 update of the newly released iOS.

    This means we can expect 11.1 between 10/30 - 11/1 in my opinion.

    We may receive an 11.0.2 before then for other launch bugs, such as those you've mentioned.
     
  5. RSmith2023 macrumors regular

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    You talking final on 11.1? (Since 11.1 beta dropped this afternoon @ 1EST?)
     
  6. phillytim macrumors 65816

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    Honestly anyone's guess is as good as anyone else's, one never knows about Apple.

    But I'd say that 11.1 makes the most sense to be released just a couple days before the iPhone X release - would would make it roundabouts November 1st.
     
  7. PBz thread starter macrumors 68020

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    If the crackling call issue is resolved in 11.1 is there any reason they cannot isolate the fix in 11.0.2?
     
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    I’m on 11.1 (beta) and it’s “much better” as 11.0.1, still good other than I had better battery on 11.0.1 IMO...
     
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  11. Chris_H0928 macrumors member

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    I've decided to keep my 6S on 10.3.3 for the duration that I own the phone. Apple is slowing these "older" phones down it would appear. I'm not falling for it. 10.3.3 for life!
     
  12. C DM macrumors Sandy Bridge

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    Back in iOS 10.0 days similar things were being said about iOS 10.
     
  13. Chris_H0928 macrumors member

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    For life I said!
     
  14. Radon87000 macrumors 604

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    And iOS 10 wasn’t as fast as iOS 9 for older devices.

    I can assure you by the final version of iOS 11 the home button lag won’t be fixed and 7 Plus will be slower than it was on 10.3.3
     
  15. C DM macrumors Sandy Bridge

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    Just like people were "assured" that various animation issues and delays that were around in early iOS 10.0 days were there on purpose and wouldn't be dealt with...only to praise iOS 10.3.3 and use it as an example of perfection now. How many times will we be going around the same circle?
     
  16. Radon87000 macrumors 604

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    How many releases will it take for the home button lag to be fixed in your opinion as we have already reached 11.1 with not improvement. Don’t you believe it’s plausible Apple slower it down on purpose to show how much faster the swipes in IPhone x are?
     
  17. Reno Raines macrumors 65816

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    Downloaded 11.1 beta tonight and so far so good. Battery life seems better to me on my 8,
     
  18. C DM macrumors Sandy Bridge

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    Given the history of these theories, while pretty much anything is possible, seems that not much really ends up truly holding them up, and often enough the opposite ends up happening (again, revisiting the very similar recent iOS 10 example).
     
  19. Radon87000 macrumors 604

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    So you believe iOS 11 to be of the same 'quality' as,iosm10?
     
  20. C DM macrumors Sandy Bridge

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    I believe that at the very least at this point there regally aren't any meaningful conclusions to be drawn.
     
  21. skillwill macrumors 6502

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    It's sad that so many are "celebrating" the world's richest company fixing their product "so quickly". It should not have been released in this condition in the first place! Is there any other product that gets released unfinished and then fixed later in this same way? Where as previous iOS .0 releases have required bug fixes, 11.1 will only really be getting iOS 11 to the normal .0 stage (well, it will be basically the ".0" version for the iPhone X) - so don't expect iOS 11 to be smooth for a long time. And as soon as it is sorted out, we'll have a month with it before iOS 12 brings the same problems - and it will because as we see on here, people are happy to make excuses for Apple so what incentive do they have to fix it? It simply isn't good enough.
     
  22. AsherN macrumors 6502

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    How about every single piece of software? When you start writing software more complex than "Hello world", there will be bugs.
     

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