IOS 11.3.1 rolls out with iPhone display fix

IOS 11.3.1 rolls out with iPhone display fix

In the release notes, Apple noted that the bug that affected some iPhone 8 models after being repaired with "non-genuine replacement displays" had been fixed.

Apple has designated macOS 10.13.4 version as Security Update 2018-001. The update includes bug fixes and performance improvements. Apple reluctantly addressed these issues today with the release of its iOS 11.3.1 update, maintaining its stance surrounding third-party components.

Apple has started rolling out the new iOS 11.3.1 update for iPhones, iPads and iPod touch devices.

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

This is a minor update for most of us, but for those who had touchscreen issues after installing iOS 11.3, it has been a long time coming. If you need to have your phone repaired or any parts replaced, make sure to visit either an Apple store or an authorized service provider, not just a random third-party agent. This led to the rollout of this new update by Apple to fix the issue. The iOS 11.3 is one of the major updates being rolled out to the iOS devices. 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. However, it is an important update if you own an iPhone 8 that has been serviced with a third-party display panel.

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Of course, the company still isn't best pleased with those that forgo its official repairs, warning users that "non-genuine replacement displays may have compromised visual quality and may fail to work correctly" and that the installation provided by the company is performed by "trusted experts who use genuine Apple parts".

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