Apple Rolls Out iOS 11.0.1 Update
The official roll out of the much-awaited iOS 11 began on September 19th. Soon after the release, there were reports of iOS 11 battery drain being 50% faster than that on the iOS 10. With iOS 11.0.1, Apple will be hoping to fix the battery issue.
The update is about 280mb in size and is compatible with all the devices that received the iOS 11 update a few days back. In order to check for the update, users need to go to Settings> General > Software Update to check for the update.
According to a data collected by analytics company Mixpanel, iOS 11 is installed on 25.28% of iOS devices after its official release on September 19th. According to the same report iOS 10 is installed on 67.83% of devices, while 6.89% continues to run on an earlier version of iOS. Interestingly, the iOS 11 installation rates are much lower when compared to iOS 10. The iOS 10 was installed on 34% devices under a week of launch.
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The battery drain issue on the iOS 11 has overshadowed some of the best features introduced by Apple in the latest iteration of iOS. A redesigned control centre, cleaner look for the UI and an improved Notes app are some of the best new features on iOS 11 and with iOS 11.0.1 hopefully fixing the battery drain problem, more and more people will adopt the iOS 11.