Why Apple Compelled to Roll-out the Update of iOS 11 Just After a Week of Its Launch
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Why Apple Was Compelled to Roll-out the Update of iOS 11 Just After a Week of Its Launch

Apple’s latest launch iOS11 seems to fail users’ expectation

Apple published date 27th September, 2017 Joshua Anderson

iOS 11

The perceived king of innovations and AI i.e. ‘Apple’ was compelled to issue an updated version of iOS 11 just after a week of its launch. Apple made this move due to the rising cases of fast battery drainage, sudden shut-offs, and cases of phones getting stuck on apps.

Apple has rolled out iOS 11.0.1, an updated version of last week launch iOS 11 to quick fix the popping bugs and to ensure the overall improved run of its devices embedded with iOS 11.

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However, it is still a mystery that specifically which bugs have been resolved by this updated version but some users reported improvement in battery life of iPhones and iPads working on iOS 11.0.1.

There are numerous feedbacks coming up by users since the rollout of new operating system iOS 11. They have named this Apple’s claimed high-tech iOS 11 as the ‘battery killer’.

Some have reported the problem of glitch system that has created the bug with Apple Pay, Touch ID and iMessage whereas others reported some strange problem of Chinese character at the network place even if they are in the US or the UK network.

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iOS Update

Users complained about problems in accessing apps such as Reddit, Snapchat, Facebook, Twitter, etc. soon after they updated their operating system to iOS 11. The users shared their serious problem by mentioning that they don’t have any option left than to just go for hard reset process once their phone gets stuck on an app.

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An analysis of battery draining pattern of iOS shows that iOS 11 took 96 minutes to empty phone’s battery from 100 percent while iOS 10 took 240 minutes to completely drain the battery.

Since Apple has already come up with a quick fix to some prevailing bugs, it’ll be more intriguing to see the next move of Apple.

We’ll keep updating you with more insights on this news. Till then, explore other interesting developments and news of technologies.

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Joshua Anderson

Joshua Anderson

Joshua is a writer at MobileAppDaily and also works as a reporter for the team to keep our readers up to date. He is breaking the mobile app technology news for MobileAppDialy since 2016 and has more than 4 years of experience as a tech blogger.

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