IOS 11.0.3 Fixes iPhone 7 Audio and Haptic Feedback Issues

iOS Phishing Attack Masks Itself As Apple-Style Password Request

Additionally, it fixes an issue plaguing iPhone 6s serviced with non-genuine Apple parts that resulted in unresponsive touch input, according to Apple's release notes. This one fixes problems with audio and haptic feedback on some iPhone 7 and 7 Plus units.

When Apple releases the new iOS 11 this year, they did more than just gave their users a new iOS but they also took out one important feature. It corrects an issue for some iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus devices, where audio and haptic feedback wasn't working. With the new update comes an option for users that they can downgrade back to a previous version of iOS that is now being signed.

On that last point, Apple also added an addendum to its release notes about third-party display repairs. He wrote in a blog post that Apple's reliance on asking users to regularly enter their passwords to undertake a range of functions presents a security hole that could easily be used by hackers to steal user credentials.

Other upgrades that the new iOS 11.1 beta 2 update will bring is the new set of emojis. Once again, this update includes no new security fixes - none have been issued since iOS 11.0.

iOS asks users for their passwords for many reasons, but the most common ones are recently installed iOS operating system updates or iOS apps that are stuck during installation.

The update also included a warning to iPhone and iPad users about getting unofficial replacements for the device's display.

The main issue, from Apple's side, is that iOS makes it hard to tell the difference between notification sources.

To obtain the update, simply go to Settings General Software Update on your iOS device.

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