Apple Releases Minor iOS 11.3.1 Update for iPhone and iPad

Apple Releases Minor iOS 11.3.1 Update for iPhone and iPad

It appears that Apple has heard that message loud and clear, and has resolved the issue with a new supplemental release: iOS 11.3.1.

To install the update, head over to Settings General Software Update. Alongside the new iOS update, Apple has brought a security update to the macOS 10.13.4 that debuted on Mac devices last month. The company also encourages customers to have their fix performed by Apple-certified technicians using genuine parts. While Android users can access Alexa with the app open on their device, this is a feature that will come to iOS, but has yet to make it through Apple's vetting process.

Apple will announce its next quarterly earnings report on May 1. The update includes bug fixes and performance improvements.

iOS 11.3.1 is a 44.5MB download over-the-air (OTA) for iPhone X. On iPad Pro (9.7-inch), it's 33.5MB.

The iOS 11.3.1 update additionally improves the security of iPhone and iPad devices.

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Just yesterday Apple released iOS 11.3.1 to address an issue with non-responsive touchscreens for those who tried installing third party displays. The users of iPhone 8 who used third-party fix services for their displays had seen that the device gets unresponsive after updating to iOS 11.3.1.

Apple does go on to state that using "non-genuine" replacements parts for its devices can lead to comprised visual quality and may not work properly.

Experts found that a tiny microchip in the screen was behind the bug following the update.

Description: A memory corruption issue was addressed with improved error handling. Unless you are iPhone 8 user who made a change to your display, there is not much else to see.

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