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7 Things to Know About the iPad iOS 11.3.1 Update



iPad iOS 11.3.1 Problems & Fixes

iPad iOS 11.3.1 Problems & Fixes

We aren't the only ones dealing with iOS 11.3.1 problems.

Many iPad users are reporting issues with the company's latest version of iOS 11. Some of these bugs are small, others are more problematic. 

The current list includes problems with first and third party apps, Wi-Fi issues, broken Bluetooth, UI lag, reboots, installation problems, touchscreen issues, and issues with Siri. 

We expect the list to grow as more iPad users decide to upgrade to iOS 11.3.1 so make sure you keep your eyes out for new problems. 

Apple hasn't confirmed an iOS 11.3.2 update which means you're on your own until a new version of iOS 11 rolls out, likely in a few weeks. 

To help, we've put together a list of fixes for the most common iOS 11 problems. Start there if you're dealing with a Bluetooth issue, issues with Touch ID, or a battery life problem. 

We've also put together guides that will take you through some ways to improve your device's battery life and performance. If you're noticing lag or if your battery is suddenly draining faster than usual, dig into those tips. 

If you do decide to make the leap from iOS 10 to iOS 11 or from your current version of iOS 11 to iOS 11.3.1, make sure you prepare your device for the move.

We've got a guide for that as well



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  3. Heather

    11/03/2017 at 1:15 pm

    I see nothing about the possibility of losing all your contacts when you upgrade to 11.1. It happened to me on my iPad and to my husband on his iPhone which is a HUGE problem.

  4. Touy

    12/17/2017 at 12:06 am


  5. John

    04/25/2018 at 2:19 pm

    Been pretty OK on my iPhone SE and iPad 2017. Not that I have not begun to experience the upgrade rot that eventually tends to make every Apple IOS device begin to slow or lag from time to time. Actually I doubt that another iPad upgrade is in my future and having the Pencil option for a feature doesn’t impress me at all. Personally, I would have rather had a Apple keyboard that worked with the new iPad. I use a Logitech K480 Bluetooth keyboard and frankly its junk and typing is clunky. But to have to buy a iPad Pro just to get a solid keyboard from Apple isn’t going to happen for myself. IOS 11 has been OK, but nothing I felt really benefitted me.

  6. Conghau

    04/25/2018 at 9:18 pm

    thank for your information. I am considering whether to update

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