Should I go back to iOS 10?

Discussion in 'iOS 11' started by gobikerider, Sep 20, 2017.

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Should I do a restore back to iOS 10 or iOS 11?

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  1. gobikerider, Sep 20, 2017
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    So last night I decided update my iPhone and iPad to iOS 11 and I decided to save myself the time and update in place of iOS 10 instead of doing my usual full restore. Now as much as I appreciate iOS 11 I have issues with serious stuttering when opening or even closing animations. Also that delay some people spoke of Ive encountered that as well, on top of certain apps not available to change settings to alter notifications or location services. To sum this up it feels relatively broken right now and I want to either do a full restore on my iPhone and iPad again then manually redownload and set up all my apps manually if that would fix the issues, but if other people are having these issues then I will simply go back to iOS 10 and remain their until they fix more iOS 11 bugs/performance kinks. What’s sad is that iPhone 7 and my iPad Pro are brand new, the severe stuttering in the app opening animation is very jarring and disappointing.

    TLDR: iOS 11 is a stuttery mess after a inplace update from Settings app. Should I restore to a fresh copy of iOS 11 or play it safe and go back to iOS 10?

    Added a poll to see general opinion on this
     
  2. westham7 macrumors newbie

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    I have iOS 11 I’m not experiencing any problems
     
  3. akash.nu macrumors 604

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    Restore is your best option. I’ve just updated my iPad & not experiencing any stutter at all.
     
  4. Zwhaler macrumors 604

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    If you're asking, you should probably go back. You can update later, whereas you can't downgrade later.
     
  5. Feyl macrumors regular

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    I say without hesitation go back, but if you're using Safari, your bookmarks and reading list won't sync again on iOS 10. So if you're OK with that, then go back.
     
  6. Feenician macrumors 601

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    Definitely sounds like restore time. Sounds painful right now and is definitely not par for the course.
     
  7. gobikerider thread starter Suspended

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    Damn can I just make a new book marks then and have them resync?
     
  8. nutmac macrumors 601

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    2017 iPad Pro and iPhone 7 should not suffer from stuttering issues. Is it stuttering even after a reboot and/or letting it finish indexing, etc. for extended period?
     
  9. gobikerider thread starter Suspended

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    I will let it sit over lunch and try again in about 30 minutes but it is definitely stuttering, opening Safari drops it to like 8-10fps a second I can see it like stutter as it fills the screen, very odd on a device of this caliber.
     
  10. Feyl macrumors regular

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    Sadly, you can't. I tried that yesterday, but it's not working. At least it started working on my MacBook with the new Safari 11 update.
     
  11. gobikerider thread starter Suspended

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    Ugh luckily its smoothed out significantly, it must have been indexing. So I am probably going to do a DFU Restore and then I will set up as new and redownlaod all my apps fresh I have <20 apps so not a big issue. “Hey Siri Remind Me to turn off Spotlight Search” :p
     
  12. nutmac macrumors 601

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    Is it warm to the touch?

    Do you have any app that can report CPU usage like System Status Lite? If so, what is the CPU usage (check Graphs tab)? My iOS 11 devices (1st gen iPad Pro 12.9" and iPhone 7 Plus) typically hover between 20-30%.
     

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