Apple called the new 2 reasons to switch from Android to iPhone

Greg Lawrence
April 25, 2018

Your handset should continue to function normally after you've updated, but Apple still warns that you should avoid third-party screen replacements. The new version of iOS 11.3.1 fixes one of the issues which the users experience with the party display replacements. Apple introduced an assortment of fixes in the last update, but users will find this release mostly targets newer iPhones, such as the iPhone 8 and those serviced by third party repair shops using non-genuine replacement displays.

That's because the previous iOS update (iOS 11.3) managed to kill some people's iPhone 8 displays.

Apple iPhone or iPad users can now manually check for the update and also download and install it on their compatible devices.

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The fix bug affecting the iPhone 8 models surfaced shortly after iOS 11.3 was launched.

Interestingly, Apple's patch notes specify that the release "improves the security" of iOS devices. Of course, even authorized experts (as Apple calls them) have been affected by this issue, which resulted in this week's release. It is also being reported that Apple is trying to bring changes in order to end the "Right to Repair" that could ban the users from using any kind of third-party service for replacement of parts or even service or fix. At the time, some users speculated that the bug was an intentional move by Apple to discourage users from tapping cheaper, third-party repairs. Three of them allow the bad guys to take over your iOS device, while the third would allow UI spoofing, which could also lead to shenanigans. Another report found that iPhone 8 phones using non-genuine Apple screens suddenly developed touchscreen issues when iOS 11.3 was installed. More features should see the light of day in the coming months as well.

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