Apple is in even deeper trouble with its customers after iOS 11.0.3 again failed to solve the most prominent problems of the latest version of its mobile operating system.
Various iOS 11 features give it potential to be a truly great software, but that promise has been obliterated by the headaches that the mobile operating system has given to iPhone and iPad owners ever since it was launched.
iOS 11 Problems Continue With iOS 11.0.3
Apple rolled out iOS 11.0.3 last week, claiming that the update will fix non-functioning audio and haptic feedback on iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus devices, as well as address the issue of unresponsive iPhone 6s displays that were not serviced with genuine Apple parts.
Many iPhone and iPad owners were hoping that the update will fix at least some of the problems that have plagued the iOS 11, including poor performance and rapidly draining battery life. The problems, present since the original iOS 11 release, were still present in iOS 11.0.1, and for some users, became even worse in iOS 11.0.2. Will iOS 11.0.3 finally be the update that provides the solution?
Sorry iPhone and iPad owners, the wait continues. iOS 11.0.3 is still causing problems, and continuing the trend, it made things even worse for some users who have installed the update.
Since the start of the iOS 11 problems, there were recommendations for users to hold off on installing the mobile operating system's updates until it was sure that the problems would be solved. Apple customers who took that advice should breathe a sigh of relief, as iOS 11.0.3 has caused headaches.
There have been numerous complaints across various online sources, including tweets through the official Twitter account of Apple Support, complaints on Apple's official forums, and posts made on the Apple subreddit. Most of the users who are experiencing problems are using previous-generation devices, with very few cases involving the iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus.
How To Solve iOS 11 Issues
Apple has not been able to fix the prevalent iOS 11 problems, so users have been looking for a way to take matters into their own hands and solve the issues themselves.
Unfortunately, there has been no answer. When Apple rolled out iOS 11.0.2, the company also stopped signing iOS 10.3.3, which meant that there was no way for users to downgrade to the last version of the mobile operating system before iOS 11.
Users who are still on iOS 10.3.3 should hold off on upgrading to iOS 11, while users who have already moved to iOS 11 should think about not installing the recent updates, as things might get even worse.