Apple has finally changed iOS 10.3.2 to iOS 10.3.3, upgrade the new company is now living for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch.
iOS 10.3.3 update is not as exciting as the incoming iOS 11 update company, but it remains a major release because of bug fixes and two dozen security patches on board.
iOS 10.3.3 update is quite small, but even smaller versions of maintenance can have a dramatic impact on the performance of the device. iOS 10.3.3 update is only a few days old and we are already hearing about the issues that affect you have decided to download it.
Now that the firmware is officially out, we guide you through the most important things you should know, now in iOS 10.3.3 update.
Let’s start with a quick look at iOS 10.3.3 update performance on five popular versions of the iPhone and various versions of the Apple iPad.
iOS 10.3.3 review
iOS 10.3.3 is a maintenance version, but it’s actually too big for some Apple iOS devices. We’re talking about 137MB for the iPhone 7. That’s big enough for a timely launch. It is also very important for the iPhone 5 and other variants of the iPhone and iPad.
Before entering into our initial thoughts on the performance of iOS 10.3.3, some notes on the installation process.
The update took about a minute to download and about six minutes to install on the iPhone 7. It took about eight minutes to install on iPhone 5.
If you come from an earlier iOS update, the update may take a little longer to install updates because you have lost. Its features and arrangements will cook in its version of iOS 10.3.3.
iOS 10.3.3 update is good for our devices. Until here.
So far, iOS 10.3.3 update is trying well to our iPhone and iPad models. We have not noticed any strange battery discharge or any problems with connectivity.
We tested the devices with Bluetooth headsets and speakers and were able to get solid and solid connections. We also tested these iOS 10.3.3 updates with a couple of different routers (including Eero) and did not notice anything abnormal. Connections and 4G LTE data from AT & T are also reliable.
We did not find any bugs that break the experience (random reboots, extreme lag), although the SoundCloud application crashed several times on the iPhone 7.
We also noticed some delay in the keyboard of the iPhone 5 but can see how we moved away from the release date today.
So far, iOS 10.3.3 feels stable. Having said that, it was only a few hours so if you feel suspicious (without blaming you on older devices) you may want to keep it long term and wait for feedback to arrive.
If you need additional information about iOS 10.3.3 and its changes, take a look at our reasons too, and do not, install iOS 10.3.3 update.
Problems 10.3.3 iOS
iOS 10.3.3 update went through an extensive beta process, but the problems have become the final release.
It’s early, but we’re already hearing complaints about wonky battery life, application crashes, problems with Bluetooth, installation problems, random reboots, and delay. The update is stable on our devices, but of course, the others are having problems in the early stages.
We hope the complaints about iOS 10.3.3 issues continue as more people discover and download the iOS 10.3.3 update on their device.
If you’re already struggling with bugs, check out our list of fixes for common iOS 10 issues. You also want to take a look at our tips for improving iOS 10 performance.
You can also consider back to iOS 10.3.2.
Apple is closing contracts with iOS 10.3.2, which means you can go back down if the device starts having problems with iOS 10.3.3. The company will close the iOS 10.3.2 gap some time so you will have to move quickly.
After making the switch to iOS 10.3.3 it will not go back to anything older than iOS 10.3.2. Apple is not the signature of any of your older iOS updates.
So if you are running iOS 10.2.1, iOS 9 or iOS 8, you should be very careful with the latest updates from Apple iOS 10.
iOS 10.3.3 update: News
iOS 10.3.3 update is not a milestone which means it does not come with a huge set of new features for the iPhone, iPad, and iPod.
The official states of the registry that changes iOS 10.3.3 focuses on fixing errors and improving security device. iOS 10.3.3 comes with two dozen security patches, including one that addresses a potentially dangerous exploit called “Broadpwn” on Wi-Fi.
iOS 10.3.3 beta includes new wallpapers for iPad Pro, but it is not necessary to install iOS 10.3.3 for these new wallpapers aboard your slate. You can download them to your 12-inch iPad at this time.
We were able to see hidden features and bug fixes not listed arise in the next few days so let’s let you know what we found as we dig last and maybe the Apple iOS 10 latest update.
iOS 10.3.3 Jailbreak
A quick note to those of you who would still like to jailbreak.
Jailbreak developers reported on the iOS 10.3.2 update and iOS 11 beta. functional unlocks were at MOSEC (Mobile Security Conference) in Shanghai, China earlier this year.
Unfortunately, we heard nothing about an iOS 10.3.3 jailbreak. This does not rule out a public iOS 10.3.3 jailbreak tool, but it does not inspire confidence. For now, those looking to do the jailbreak iOS 10 should avoid iOS 10.3.3.