The last thing Apple needed in the midst of all the controversy surrounding them would be a faulty OS upgrade, which is exactly what they’ve done.
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According to Forbes, the recent OS update doesn’t improve on the phone’s faulty features – which is what an OS update should do – instead, it produces a wide range of bugs that are extremely annoying and that affect all areas of the software. Users of the device have reported all sorts of issues on the Apple Support forums, including ones that affect the iPhone X.
The most common bugs found in the update are lock screen issues, some cases where the device has trouble booting up, camera crashes, performance drops, pairing issues with the Apple Watch, etc. The list is endless. Oh, and poor battery life. Because that’s the main problem that Apple’s never been able to solve or figure out.
There’s still hope though. Tim Cook, Apple’s CEO, recently spoke out about the iPhone’s battery, which will be fixed with their new iOS 11.3. According to Cook, this update will be the biggest change in terms of software, and it’ll be something that the company’s never done before.
“We’re going to give people the visibility of the health of their battery. So it’s very, very transparent…[We] will tell someone we’re reducing your performance by some amount in order to not have an unexpected restart. And if you don’t want it, you can turn it off.”
Very mysterious, but we’re excited.