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9 Things to Know About the iPhone 5s iOS 11.4.1 Update



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Some Apps Don't Work with iOS 11 & iOS 11.4.1

Some Apps Don't Work with iOS 11 & iOS 11.4.1

If you've owned your iPhone 5s for awhile you've probably accumulated a ton of applications. Some of those apps might not work with iOS 11 and iOS 11.4.1. 

iOS 11 brings an end to iOS support for 32-bit applications. Apps that haven’t been updated to support 64-bit will no longer work on your iPhone 5s.

Most apps will work with iOS 11, but several popular games, including Flappy Bird, need to be updated with support. 

If your favorite game has stopped working, there's nothing you can do. The app requires an update from the developer and the developer probably isn't supporting the app at this point. 

If you want to look at what apps no longer work with iOS 11 you’ll want to open your Settings app and tap on General, About, and Applications.

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  4. Stuart

    10/13/2017 at 11:18 pm

    I have iPhone 5s. Battery is draining in half the time with new version on iOS and the phone freezes regularly. I have had three unprompted reboots and device gets hot just before it freezes and reboots.

  5. Ani

    01/14/2018 at 10:19 am

    Hi I have my iPhone 5s running iOS 11.2.2 when my iphone reaches 10% of battery . Lasts about 15 mins per 1% of battery in heavy usage the battery doing the same thing until she goes around 4-5% starts to does crazy. The iphone is restarting by itself. But I can’t understand I replace the battery after the update of 11.2.1 . But with the old battery it was the same problem . But now is faster in term of the speed . But this problem of long lasting 10% and the problem of 5% is something I never experienced before in iOS 10,9,8,

  6. Storm

    01/14/2018 at 1:52 pm

    I got the new update for my 5s and now it’s draining the battery rapidly. It was fully charged and I had it off the charger for about 10-15 minutes and when I came back to it, it hadlost about 10% not being used. It’s dying much faster than it has been and it takes way longer to charge up.

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