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Update for iOS 11 fixes the unresponsive iPhone X screen in cold weather

iOS 11.1.2 is available to download for everyone. Apple has fixed the unresponsive screen issue in iPhone X. The latest update of iOS, version 11.1.2, includes fixes for two known issues – the temporarily unresponsive touchscreen, and the live photos distortion. Both issues were affecting only the iPhone X, however, the update is available for everyone on iOS 11. This update comes just a week after iOS 11.1.1 brought a fix of the autocorrection bug. Apple is currently working on the iOS 11.2 update, which is already available in the Beta program for testing. The upcoming update reportedly enables faster[…]

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The iOS 11.1 update is available for everyone

Apple releases its first major update of iOS 11. Two days after Apple started public beta testing of iOS 11.2, the company released the official 11.1 update to everyone with supported iPhones and iPads. It’s available as an OTA update that you can download manually from the Settings → General → Software Update. Apple is rolling on this update as a follow up to the big iOS 11 update from September. As usual, the minor iOS updates don’t introduce significant new features and changes, but they do improve the performance and fix some bugs here and there. So, iOS 11.1[…]

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Apple rolls out iOS 11.1 Beta IV to public testers and developers

Fourth beta of iOS 11.1 is available for download. Less than a week after Apple released the third public beta of iOS 11.1, the company is ready with the fourth cumulative update for public beta testers and developers. iOS 11.1 beta IV is available from the Developer center and as an OTA update for supported iPhone and iPad. Apple has probably fixes some bugs here and there in this release as there are no visible new features, ahead of the official launch of iOS 11.1 later this year. The first major update to iOS 11 brings new Emoji Unicode 10,[…]

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iOS 11.1 Beta 3 brings fixes for three issues

The third beta of iOS 11.1 reaches the public testers. Apple is slowly reaching the stage in which iOS 11.1 is usable and ready for the production devices. By rolling out the third beta of the software to developers and public testers, Apple fixes three important issues found in the previous beta releases. According to the changelog for iOS 11.1 Beta 3, Apple has fixed the 3D touch quick action frame rate issues, as well as the reachability of notifications and widgets. Additionally, iOS 11.1 Beta 3 fixes the haptic return for incorrect passwords. This beta doesn’t include a single[…]

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Second beta of iOS 11.1 reintroduces gestures to bring up the App Swicher

iOS 11.1 Beta 2 includes new emoji and the 3D touch app switcher. Apple has rolled out the second beta of iOS 11.1 to public testers and developers, bringing under the hood changes and a few new features to iPhone and iPad. This update is available as an over-the-air (OTA) update or through the Developer Center. iOS 11.1 Beta 2 brings back the 3D Touch app switcher that was not included in the official iOS 11 update in September. Apple later confirmed that the 3D Touch functionality would be added in the next iOS release. The gesture support was apparently[…]

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Apple Pay Cash coming soon with the iOS 11.1 update

P2P payments tested internally ahead of official launch. Apple announced the new payment platform called Apple Pay Cash in the summer during its WWDC conference. The company has been quiet on when the new person-to-person payment platform will be ready for launch, but we now understand that the internal testing is ongoing and the public release is coming very soon. Apple Pay Cash is now almost ready to make its public debut, and that will happen with the iOS 11.1 update coming later this year. Apple already has a developer beta with the same version number, but it doesn’t include[…]

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