Apple launched iOS 11 to fix awkward bug
Apple launched iOS 11 bug:
Apple announced earlier this year the new operating system would block all 32-bit apps,because its 64-bit central processing unit chip can run twice as fast with 64-bit software.
unluckily, data readers is gone because the app uses “32-bit computer design,” which won’t run on iOS 11. Tribune said, Apple began putting 64-bit chips in the iPhone 5S and all iPhones since, but nonstop to allow both 32-bit and 64-bit apps run on its working systems. The company urged all developers to rewrite their apps in 64-bit architecture, and now only support those in iOS 11 — and you can’t “demote” to older versions after updating.
iOS 11.1.1 includes bug fixes for your iPhone or iPad. This update:
-Fixes an issue with keyboard auto-correct
-Fixes an issue where Hey Siri stops working
Apple’s iOS 11 update, first introduced in September, brings a redesigned Lock screen experience, a customization Control Center, a more natural Siri voice, a redesigned App Store, new HEVC and HEIF codecs for better photo and video efficiency, and an entirely overhauled interface for the iPad.
The company’s latest mobile operating system, iOS 11, has a bug that auto-corrects the letter “I” to an “A” with a unicode [?] symbol (also known as FE0F, or “variation selector-16”). The issue, found in iPad and iPhone devices using iOS 11.1, appears to be caused by typing with the predictive keyboard function.