iOS 11 Problems and How to Fix it

iOS 11 problems
iOS 11 Problems

iOS 11 Problems

iOS 11 is the newest iPhone and iPad update, which means it fixes a number of problems. Apple promises that the iOS 11 makes iPhone and iPad better than before. The company also states that iOS opens up both to amazing possibilities for augmented reality in games and apps, making these devices the most powerful, personal, and intelligent devices they’ve ever been. However, iOS 11 problems still persist in the company’s new update. Thankfully, many can be fixed. Here’s what may be crashing your iPhone or iPad.

1. Software Update Failed

Some users have been reporting this issue and there could be plenty of reasons for this. Make sure that your device is compatible with iOS 11. Check out our iOS 11 Compatible Devices here.

Don’t forget to check your internet connection as you need stable internet connection for the software update, then try to update the software once again. Chances are that Apple’s server could be busy.

2. iPhone/iPad Overheat

Your iPhone or iPad might overheat during the software update. Some users have been reporting that they received a message stating that it can’t proceed because of overheating device. The only thing to fix it is to wait for a while for your iPhone/iPad to cool down by turning it off or simply reset it. Then, you can try to download the iOS 11 again.

3. Bluetooth Problems

Some iPhone users have been reporting bluetooth problem after the software update. Here’s things you can do to fix the issue.

How to Fix Bluetooth Problems in iOS 11

There are some steps you can take to fix Bluetooth Problems in iOS 11 update. Check these out.

A. To fix Bluetooth Problems try these first steps below:

  1. Go to Settings
  2. Go to Bluetooth
  3. Then tap on the blue i in the circle next to the Bluetooth connection
  4. Tap Forget This Device
  5. Then try to reconnect it

B. If doesn’t work, try another steps below:

  1. Go to Settings
  2. Tap on General
  3. Tap on Reset
  4. Choose Reset Network Settings
  5. Wait for a few seconds
  6. Then try to reconnect it

C. You can also try to reset all your settings

  1. To try this tips you need to make sure that you have your Wi-Fi passwords.
  2. Go to Settings
  3. Tap on General
  4. Tap Reset
  5. Tap Reset All Settings
  6. Then try to reconnect it

4. Battery drain

Battery drain is one of iOS 11 common problems. Here’s things you can do to fix the issue:

Download the latest version of iOS 11

If you are running an old version of the iOS 11, try to update to the latest version. There’s a chance it could have a positive impact on your device’s battery life.

Downgrade back to iOS 10

This can be the safest thing to fix battery drain on your iPhone/iPad but if you want to try the new features on iOS 11, you should try the other step to fix the battery life issue.

Restart your iPhone/iPad

Restarting your device can help you to fix the battery drain problem.

Check Battery Usage tool

Check Battery Usage tool and delete Apps that consume too much battery. Go to Settings > Battery and check the Battery Usage tool.

Manage your Widgets

You need to see the widgets on your device and deactivate the widgets you never use. Simply tap the red circle with the white line and tap Remove.

Use Low Power Mode

You can use Low Power Mode to save battery life. Simply go to Settings > Battery > Low Power Mode > and toggle it On.

Use Airplane Mode

You can try this option to save battery life on your iPhone.

Disable Raise to Wake

Disabling this feature can help you save the battery life. To do this, go to Settings, Tap Display & Brightness, then toggle off the Raise to Wake button.

Reset All Settings

This is the last step you should take to fix battery drain issue on iOS 11. To do this, go to Settings > General > Reset > Reset All Settings. Enter your passcode. Your device will then restored to the factory defaults.

Have another iOS 11 problems and wonder how to fix the issues? Check out our next update on iOS 11 problem and how to fix it.

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