Apple iOS 11 had some minor bugs for iPhone users at its release. Apple users had problems with crashes, autonomy, network issues. In fact, the latest 11.2 update fixed a worldwide flaw in all iOS 11.1.2 devices. Now everything seems to be getting better.
Needless to say, many users who like to follow tech news have stuck with the previous operating system. Even so, growth has been sustainable and now more than 59% of Apple devices have the latest system update.
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Apple's iOS 11 has also brought some visual differences to Cupertino's smartphones. Now the control center is a bit different and the iPads have a quality multi-tasking. Simpler, more intuitive and even more elegant. In all of them the autonomy has significantly improved in the latest updates.
With these improvements, users in version "10" should start thinking about upgrading their device soon, so Apple iOS 11 adoption by the end of the year is expected to be considerably higher.
Apple iOS 11.2 fixes most bugs so far!
The Apple chart also shows that 8% of users are on previous versions of iOS. These earlier versions may be from devices that simply did not have the hardware capability to keep up with software development.
Personally I've had my fair share of issues with iOS 11, however, use with iOS 11.2 has been of quality. Good autonomy management on iPhone X and fast multi-tasking is a must.
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