iOS 11.3.1 Released for iPhone and iPad – Fixes a Third-Party Display Repair Issue

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Apr 24, 2018
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Apple has just released iOS 11.3.1 update for the iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch. Here’s everything that is new in this release.

Download iOS 11.3.1 for Your iPhone and iPad Today with Bug Fixes and Other Minor Enhancements

If you recently had your iPhone display repaired using a third-party then this update is extremely important for you. This is particularly important for iPhone 8 users who lost touch functionality of the display after a repair. Furthermore, this update fixes a crucial security bug as well which means that iOS 11.3.1 is way more important than we originally believed it to be.

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Here’s the complete changelog of the update:

iOS 11.3.1

Download iOS 11.3.1 Over the Air

The latest iOS update from Apple is available to download over the air and all you have to do is simply go to Settings > General > Software Update in order to download it. Make sure you have more than 50% battery available as well as connected to WiFi.

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Clean Install iOS 11.3.1 / iOS 11

If you are looking to clean install iOS 11, then you might want to check out the guide posted here: How to Clean Install iOS 11 Final Version on iPhone, iPad or iPod touch – Detailed Tutorial

Make sure you download the correct IPSW file from the link below and restore using iTunes. If you don’t download the correct one, iTunes will throw an error message forcing you to start all over again.

It’s highly recommended that you update your iPhone and iPad right now for the sake of security. With iOS 12 quite a few miles away it’s necessary to realize that Apple is going to release several updates to iOS 11 before calling it quits later this year. Obviously, this is one of the few updates left which you should download immediately.

If Apple has sneaked something that is visually apparent then we will highlight it here. Until then, make sure you are on the latest and greatest.

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