Saturday, November 18, 2017

7 Things to Know About the iPhone X iOS 11.1.2 Update

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Apple’s new iOS 11.1.2 update is focused on fixing iPhone X problems and those of you who own Apple’s new flagship will probably want to download it before too long.

iPhone X users have been complaining about a variety of issues and Apple’s finally starting to address some of these complaints with software updates. The iOS 11.1.2 update delivers two key bug fixes including one for an issue where the screen would become unresponsive in certain temperatures.

The iPhone X iOS 11.1.2 update is a tiny download if you’re coming from iOS 11.1.1. If you’re coming to iOS 11.1.2 from an older version of iOS 11, your update will be a little bit bigger due to the updates you missed.

The iPhone X iOS 11.1.2 update is treating our device well, but we’re starting to hear about some of the issues plaguing early adopters.

Some iPhone X users are reporting minor bugs, others are noticing frustrating iOS 11.1.2 performance issues. Apple’s next iOS update could be weeks away so you’ll need to proactive if you encounter an iOS 11.1.2 problem on your phone.

Our guide to the iPhone X iOS 11.1.2 update goes over these initial problems and provides some fixes to those in need. It also highlights the changes on board iOS 11.1.2 and provides you with some information about the next major iOS 11 release for the device.

We’ve been using the iOS 11.1.2 update on the iPhone X for a short time and we want to start with some initial impressions of its performance.

Our impressions will take you through our initial thoughts about battery life, app performance, connectivity, and the device’s overall speed.

iPhone X iOS 11.1.2 Impressions

iPhone X iOS 11.1.2 Impressions

When you go to check for a software update in your iPhone X’s settings you’ll be prompted to install iOS 11.1.2. 

Once you fire it up, it should only take a minute or so to download, provided you’re on a high-speed Wi-Fi network. Once the download finishes, the installation process will begin. This took about four minutes to complete on our iPhone X.

Your iPhone X might reboot itself once or twice, but there’s no reason to be concerned. This sometimes happens during the installation process.

Once you get iOS 11.1.2 on board you shouldn’t notice a huge drop in performance though there’s always a chance your device runs into trouble.

So far, our experience on iOS 11.1.2 has been good. We haven’t noticed any weird battery life problems and the iPhone X models in our possession continue to maintain excellent battery life. 

We’ve been able to connect to Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and cellular networks. We haven’t noticed any issues with download or upload speeds.

Apps feel stable on the iPhone X. We’ve run into some stability issues on older iPhones running iOS 11, but we haven’t noticed any crashes on iOS 11.1.2.

Some iPhone X users have noticed lag, but we haven’t experienced any slow down yet. Animations and transitions are crisp. We haven’t seen any random reboots either. 

The iOS 11.1.2 update is performing well and it’s definitely worth a download soon after you open your iPhone X. The emojis and the fix for that autocorrect bug make it worth it.

That said, if you’re feeling leery, you might want to wait for long term iPhone X iOS 11.1.2 feedback to arrive.

For more, take a look at our list of reasons to and not to install the iOS 11.1.2 update on your phone right now. And if you need additional help setting up your iPhone X, take a look at our guide.

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