It wasn’t too long ago that Apple released the iOS 11.0.2 update for its iPhones and iPads. So far these updates haven’t been major in the sense that they bring about new features, but rather they seem to be about fixing existing bugs and improving iOS 11’s usability in general. However if you felt that it could still be improved upon, could the third time be the charm?


Apple has recently released iOS 11.0.3 which makes it the third update that the Cupertino company has released since iOS 11 was made available to the public. According to the changelog, “Fixes an issue where audio and haptic feedback would not work on some iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus devices.”

It also, “Addresses an issue where touch input was unresponsive on some iPhone 6s displays because they were not services with genuine Apple parts.” Users who have yet to update their iOS devices should be able to do so by going to their Settings app and pulling the update manually, or alternatively they could wait and be prompted if the update isn’t as urgent.

While iOS 11 is meant to introduce various improvements to the iOS platform, so far the initial launch has been less than stellar, with users complaining of sluggishness and also how it seems to be draining battery a lot faster. Apple has made attempts in the previous updates to fix it, and hopefully they will eventually get it right.

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