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The iOS11 Thread

Discussion in 'Apple Software' started by UberTiger, Jun 7, 2017.

  1. rotor

    Wise Guy

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    Sounds like you need to update UniFi. My APs and switches are at 3.9.27.8537.
     
  2. GodAtum

    Wise Guy

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    Anyone else unable to use their phone as the screen is unresponsive?
     
  3. ChrisD.

    Capodecina

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    Nope.
     
  4. Magic_x_uk

    Soldato

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    Location: Derbyshire

    My 6s actually somehow got to hot today. Perhaps from the sun. And some message appeared on phone screen saying ‘I’m to hot. Try me later. ‘
     
  5. Bony Maloney

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    Location: Glyn Ceiriog, North Wales

    IOS 11.3.1 is out :)
     
  6. MOOGLEYS

    Suspended

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    Location: Telford

    Nope Virgin media. Was fine before the last update. See if the next one fixes it.....
     
  7. JamesM

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    Location: Sutton Coldfield

    Watched snippets of Google I/O 2018 and you've got to admire what they are doing.

    Apple really need to pick up their AI software game.
     
  8. rotor

    Wise Guy

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    Amazing from the technological point of view. So incredibly tone-deaf and creepy from the ethical point of view.
     
  9. ED209

    Soldato

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    This is what is putting me off upgrading to IOS 11. I have a Iphone 6 running 10.3.1 still. I don't want to upgrade, have battery issues and not be able to go back or having to pay to have the battery replaced.

    Are you both still having issues with the battery or has this sorted itself out?

    Thanks!
     
  10. Andybtsn

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    Still poor, I used to get home from work with around 60% left, now its below 30% and I have to charge most nights now.
     
  11. Minstadave

    Capodecina

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    Location: Rutland

    iPhone 6 batteries are really very easy to DIY replace and it costs about £15. Did my wife’s and it made a huge difference.
     
  12. ED209

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    That's a shame, what's the battery life? Mines on 83% at the moment but can drop to 80% when being used.

    From all the problems of the phones down clocking the cpu due to the low battery life Apple have it down for £30 to get it replaced through them and is on till the end of the year so may go down this route and will give this phone a longer life

    So for the time being I'll stay on 10.3.1
     
  13. Combat squirrel

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    Yeah working fine now - was the day I updated it the battery drained, charged over night and excellent battery life again now - I guess it must have been doing background work or something from the updates.
     
  14. ED209

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    Yeah, that's the thing with updates, you never know what it's doing in the background which could be finishing off the update or just updating services etc
     
  15. Andybtsn

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    82%
     
  16. Lakeland

    Mobster

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    Ip7+ here with 90% battery life.

    Running the latest beta with unnecessary location tracking turned off and at the end of an average day I have 70% battery left which is amazing. No stuttering for a while now either.