What’s Special in Apple iOS 11.2.5 Update?

What's Special in Apple iOS 11.2.5 Update

Apple just released the mysteriously named iOS 11.2.5 update for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch to both developers and public beta testers. IOS 11.2.2 was the previous release by Apple and the company gave no reason for breaking the sequential numbering for the very first time in the iOS history. However, you don’t need to be very much excited about this update as wide ranges of problem are currently being reported.

So should you update? Here is everything you need to know about.

Is there something special in iOS 11.2.5?

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Apple will automatically prompt the notification on your handset for the update of iOS 11.2.5. But, in case that’s not happening, you can trigger the update yourself by heading to Settings>General>Software update. Apple iOS beta testers will need to unroll their device for the update to show up; particularly if you are running the major new iOS 11.3 beta.

iOS update changes in size (diverse features or fixes apply to various devices) however iOS 11.2.5 is bigger than your standard ‘minor point’ update – circa 50-100MB – tipping the scales at up to 178MB.

Note: If you are running iOS 10 (or even iOS 9), at that point iOS 11.2.5 will roll up the substantial iOS 11 updates into a solitary major upgrade making it tip the scales at a few gigabytes.

No JailBreaker

Truly, loyal jailbreakers should stay away from this one. In spite of Google releasing iOS 11.2.2 exploit details, iOS 11.2.5 is different and there’s no jailbreak as of now accessible for it.

With respect to the underlying iOS 11.2.5 stability reports, there is a great as well as a bad news for the users. The great news is iOS 11.2.5 doesn’t right now have any overwhelming issue influencing a large number of users. The bad news that upgraders are revealing is that it has a surprisingly wide range of more confined ones.

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These incorporate lock screen issues, inside and out bricking of gadgets, ringtone errors, performance drops, Apple Watch pairing issues, CarPlay issues with Ford and Skoda and degraded Wi-Fi. Definitely, the huge battery life drops revealed as far back as iOS 11 initially launched in September are showing a small sign of abating either.

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So What Do You Get?

Although iOS 11.2.5 contains little to make you excited and update (it isn’t necessary like in case of iOS 11.2.2), it breaks the box for minor point releases by having something more than just the bug fixes. Apple’s release note says: “iOS 11.2.5 incorporates support for HomePod and acquaints the capacity for Siri to read the news (UK, Australia and US only). And additionally incorporates bug fixes and improvements.”

Both these features are clear as crystal. HomePod pre-orders start January 26th with a discharge on February ninth so support was required and Siri’s new reading is activated if you ask some information about news of the day by means of a hands-free technique like stating “Hello Siri”. This uses Podcast news and you can browse any semblance of NPR, Fox News, CNN and Washington Post and can be tweaked if you want to get some information about games, music news or business.

Not said in the notes, but worth mentioning is iOS 11.2.5 brings another UI for sound controls in the music widget. This shows all the playback sources exclusively instead of amalgamating them and makes it easy to flip between sources. There is also Voiceover accessibility support with travel destination and AirPod battery levels now ready to be perused out.

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Concerning security, Apple’s page records fixes for vulnerabilities in Bluetooth, WebKit, and audio playback and there are bug fixes for the Phone application (incomplete call lists), Messages (muddled conversations), Mail, and CarPlay (freezing when hopping different tracks).

Last Words

For the individuals who hold fire, you shouldn’t need to wait for the following update. That will be iOS 11.3 and it is the huge one. It brings the detailed battery diagnostics and clarity clients have demanded ever since the shutdown debacle started well over a year prior.

While long late, iOS 11.3 will also give clients control over how their iPhones and iPads work as their batteries corrupt and forthright warnings when the battery ought to be replaced.

Facing Problems With IOS 11? Here is How to Fix Them

Facing Problems With IOS 11? Here is How to Fix Them

The biggest iOS upgrading of this season have finally arrived. At present, if you wish to explore the newest iOS 11 features, you can download it to upgrade your iPhone, iPad and iPod.

In spite of the fact that every new iOS update won’t just bring new features to make our life more interesting, but additionally resolves bugs spotted in the previous versions. But, this does not mean iOS 11 is perfect and bugless.

Here we have collected some of the most common issues faced by users along with their solutions. Have a look at them, you may find your issue resolved.

Problem 1: Software update failed

Many users are facing issues in downloading the update iOS 11 or iOS 11.1. Almost everywhere people are facing this issue and each time a message named “Software Update Failed” is displayed on their screens. To solve this issue, you can try:

Solution 1: Check whether your device is compatible with iOS 11 or not. Apple often leaves some devices behind when releasing new updates. As an example, you cannot update your iPhone 5 with iOS 11.

Solution 2: Reset your network settings.

Solution 3: Restart your device and try again.  To do so, press and hold the power button and the home buttons together and keep on holding until the Apple logo appears.

Solution 4: Off the Wi-Fi and switch to cellular data.

Solution 5: Use iTunes to update iOS 11 on PC.

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Problem 2: Verifying update issue

Once the downloading for iOS is finished, there will be a step for verifying update. But, sometimes the screen of the device gets stuck on this step and later on says “unable to verify update.” Try these solutions to resolve the issue:

Solution 1: Reboot your device.

Solution 2: Ensure your network be connected all the time.

Solution 3: Update iOS 11 with iTunes on the computer.

Problem 3: Battery fast draining

This problem arises every time a new iOS update is launched. Users often complain that the newest iOS consumes power largely and rapidly. iOS 11 also accompanies this problem.

Tip 1: Restart your device

Tip 2: Disable Widgets. To do so, swipe to the right when on the home screen of the device, scroll to the bottom of the widgets and select Edit. To disable, tap the red circle with the white line and then remove.

Tip 3: Enable low power mode on the device. To do so, go to Settings > Battery > Low Power Mode > Toggle it as per your needs.

Tip 4: Turn off Background App Refresh. To do so, go to Settings > General > Background App Refresh > Turn it off.

Tip 5: Reset all settings.

Problem 4: Overheating Issue

Some users complain that their iDevices were faced with temperature too high warning – The device needs to cool down before you can use it after updating.

Solution 1: The simplest way is to wait for some time while the device cools down itself. Also, you can restart it or turn it off and try installing the update later on.

Solution 2: Turn off the location service on your device. GPS heats up the iDevices. To turn it off, go to the Settings > Privacy > Location > Off.

Solution 3: Take off the device case and allow it to cool down.

Problem 5:  Cellular Data Issues

In case you find that your cellular data is surprisingly slow, or not working on iPhone 8 or iPhone X, after updating to iOS 11, you can try following solutions to resolve the problem:

Step 1: Restart your device.

Step 2: Look for the carrier update. Go to Settings > about.

Step 3: Turn off cellular data and after a few seconds, toggle it on.

Step 4: Turn on the Airplane mode. Go to Control Center > On the Airplane Mode > Turn it off in about 30 seconds.

Step 5: Reset network settings.

Problem 6: Air Pods won’t connect

Sometimes, Air Pods cannot connect to the iDevices. To resolve this problem, take both Air Pods off > Keep them inside the case > Close the case and wait for 10-15 seconds > Take them out with the case next to the phone.

Problem 7: App store is down

Many users complain that the iDevices cannot connect to the app store, app store down or not working, after updating to iOS 11. Here is how to fix it:

Solution 1: Turn On Mobile Data for App Store. Many times we have a disabled App Store to use cellular data. Go to Settings > iTunes Store & App Store > Enable Cellular data.

Solution 2: Sign out and Sign in to iTunes again.

Solution 3: Set Date & Time automatically. Go to Settings > General > Data & Time > Toggle on Set Automatically.

Problem 8: Various iTunes errors

Sometimes, while updating iOS 11 with iTunes an error message is displayed on the screen such as iTunes error 10/15/39/64/4194… To resolve this problem, you can try these steps:

Solution 1:  Check USB cable.

Solution 2:  Update iTunes to the latest version.

This post does not include all iOS 11 bugs or errors and all these errors above are just iOS 11 problems so far faced by users. So in case your problem is not listed here, do not worry; Apple keeps updating its operating system for such fixes.