iOS 11 has been in the hands of community for months. iOS 11 is not a huge improvement to the operating system. However, it includes a lot of daring changes that encourage iPhone and iPad owners to upgrade, ranging from customizable Control Center to person-to-person Apple Pay.
However, like any other iOS software release. iOS 11 has its own issues that may ruin your day. We have heard a lot of problems iPhone and iPad owners have been facing with Apple’s new iOS software update, like Wi-Fi issues, app crashes, poor battery and overheating.
In this guide, we have created a list of the most common iOS 11 problems and walk you through the steps on how to fix them. Before we begin, make sure that you now have a modern version of iOS installed on your device. If you are not sure, head to Settings > General > Software Update and update your device.
Older iPhone running slow
Last month, Apple confirmed that the company was slowing down older iPhone models because their batteries were too old. Apple’s move raised concerns among the iPhone using community about the ability to create a safe device. The Cupertino company apologized for the drama and then discounted battery replacements for impacted users.
With iOS 11.3 update, iPhone owners now can check if their batteries need to be serviced. This is a great addition to iOS following iPhone slowdown drama. However, iOS 11.3 is still in beta stages, so it may include some bugs and errors. If you are not a part of Apple’s beta program, it’s a good idea to wait until the final build is released.
iPhone crashing is a common issue every time Apple releases a new software update. The problem still persists in iOS 11 and annoys iPhone owners. We heard a lot complaints that their device would crash again and again, thus forcing them to reboot the device multiple times.
In iOS 11.2 software update, Apple addressed the issue, which received a wide welcome from users worldwide. If you are now still experiencing the issue, make sure you update your device to get it fixed.
Like any other iOS update, iOS 11 includes Wi-Fi issues, preventing iPhone and iPad owners from connecting to a Wi-Fi network. However, there is no permanent fix for the issue, but there’s still something you can do to get your device back online.
The best shot to deal with the issue is reset your network settings. To do this, open Settings > General > Reset > Reset Network Settings. Doing so will not remove your data, as it only resets your network settings. This means that you need to set up your network again.
Poor battery life
Poor battery ranks among the biggest concerns when it comes to Apple devices. Apple has been working hard to improve battery life on its iPhone lineup, promising to offer users more time to enjoy their music and browse the web. The problem is still present in iOS 11, but there are several ways you can get it fixed.
Firstly, you need to find out which apps are using the most battery on your device. To do this, head to Settings > Battery and kill an app that is taking up an unusual amount of battery.
Overheating pops up as a major concern on mobile devices. There could be any reason for why your iPhone is overheating, ranging from software issues to batteries. If you notice that your device is overheating, turn your device off and make sure you keep it out of the sunlight. If the problem still persists, check your battery health to see if it needs to be replaced.
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