Friday, 13 October 2017

Apple Releases OS 11.0.3 Update To Fix iPhone and iPad Bugs

Has your iPhone or iPad been developing problems lately. Do you need a straight up solution to those bugs you have been noticing on your iPhone or iPad. Well you have no cause to worry anymore as Apple has just released the iOS 11.0.3 update for iPhone and iPad to fix two major bugs. Good thing is the size of the update isn’t that much, just about 285MB. This update is coming in just and after the iOS 11.0.2 update was released last week.
Some iPhone and iPad users have been complaining about issues with audio and haptic feedback on the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus while others were reporting an irresponsiveness issue on the iPhone 6s units serviced with non-genuine parts. Never to worry, this update is going to fix it all.
Apple is however warning against using of non-genuine replacement displays as they might compromised visual quality of the device.

HOW DO I GET THE UPDATE?

It’s simple, just as usual, Apple will release the update in the cloud and push it over to devices which can be downloaded over the air (OTA) or via iTunes.
The update should be hitting your device any time from now.

Has your iPhone or iPad been developing problems lately. Do you need a straight up solution to those bugs you have been noticing on your iPhone or iPad. Well you have no cause to worry anymore as Apple has just released the iOS 11.0.3 update for iPhone and iPad to fix two major bugs. Good thing is the size of the update isn’t that much, just about 285MB. This update is coming in just and after the iOS 11.0.2 update was released last week.
Some iPhone and iPad users have been complaining about issues with audio and haptic feedback on the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus while others were reporting an irresponsiveness issue on the iPhone 6s units serviced with non-genuine parts. Never to worry, this update is going to fix it all.
Apple is however warning against using of non-genuine replacement displays as they might compromised visual quality of the device.

HOW DO I GET THE UPDATE?

It’s simple, just as usual, Apple will release the update in the cloud and push it over to devices which can be downloaded over the air (OTA) or via iTunes.
The update should be hitting your device any time from now.

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