1natexx, 28 Nov 2017Hey guys I see lots of you are having battery drain issues. To fix this, go into your settings... moreBtry automatically low...Or even at night it is 30 or more %....But at morning ...See btrry is 0℅
When would Apple release update for iOS in order to address and solve Battery draining issue?
ThereÂ’s a UI lag also existing.
people who own 7 plus and 6 S plus ....is there a big different between them ??? I mean Should I go for 6 S plus or is it worth to pay more and go for 7 plus ?
Hey guys I see lots of you are having battery drain issues. To fix this, go into your settings. Then go to general > background app refresh. (Or use the search bar.)iOS 11 automatically turned on all the toggle switches for your apps. Turn off the ones you donÂ’t need/want on, and watch tomorrow your battery will be greatly improved. YouÂ’re welcome.
Hey guys does anyone have battery draining issue on iphone 7 plus?? How is the battery life and specs of 7 plus
Kumar, 26 Nov 2017I too do love Apple as I was using 6 plus since 2014. Really IPhones are awesome. But when I u... moreYou're missing the whole point in my comment.
Okay, let's start simple. Let's say Apple just released iOS 11 (11.0.0). Both legitimate users/customers and hackers have access to it. Both uses them, while hackers in particular trying to find any flaws within the release in order to exploit them and extract personal information and such. Bear in mind the time-frames. Both parties, including the Apple Inc itself just seeing how the new release (in this case 11.0) performs.
As the time goes when one party identifies a security flaw within the release, Apple Inc eventually become aware of it. If they were legitimate users, they probably directly report them. If they were hackers, eventually when the exploit spreads, Apple becomes aware (some times through hacking contests such as Mobile Pwn2Own).
Now a new release (let's call it iOS 11.0.1) is being prepared patching the aforesaid security flaw. But Apple doesn't stop signing the older 11.0.0 just yet (unless the security flaw is widespread or critical) for the same reason because of people like you. People starts saying about "limitations" and such, how Apple doesn't let their users to "downgrade" their OS. But if they stopped signing 11.0 immediately, it would be a major security measurement and concern in my opinion.
As the time passes again, when 11.0.2, 11.0.3... etc hits the market fixing more issues, when the time comes to fix another major security flaw, then Apple will stop signing the older 11.0 series firmware updates to stop people from downgrading their devices in order to restrict exploiting iPhones by downgrading to older iOS version.
Apple is giving this little time-frame of one series (11.0 - 11.1, 12.0 - 12.1... etc) to avoid from their customers having a bad experience and to get less "limitations" blabbering I believe.
Personally, I'd love if they stopped signing the previous iOS release as soon as a new release is issued, I bet Apple is; as well. But unfortunate reality is that we are living in a world where everything is judged by people with no brains.
So, let's bear it with Apple... :)
In short, "everything becomes vulnerable in future", yes. It's inevitable. The best you can do is release security updates patching the discovered vulnerabilities. And that's what Apple is doing, and they are doing a one damn fine job at it.
(BTW, I'm on 7 Plus with iOS 11.1.2 as of this writing and I have no issues at all, everything works fine, even the battery life is good enough to last for a day, I'm a pretty heavy user)
AnonD-718243, 25 Nov 2017That's because if they allowed any older iOS IPSW to be signed, then hackers or any other unau... moreI too do love Apple as I was using 6 plus since 2014. Really IPhones are awesome. But when I upgraded my recently purchased 7 plus to ios 11 or later the same gets ruined. I did everything to fix the issues but all in vain.
You have just mentioned older versions of ios vulnerable....tell me why Apple had released them then if in future they would be going to become vulnerable. It means ios 11 or its sub-versions shall definitely become vulnerable in future if Apple releases newer versions post ios 11 or later.
IOS 11 bears major ammendments and features in history of all its IOSÂ’s....you may call it a benchmark or turning point after iOS 10.3.3. For this one reserves right to switch back to ios 10 upto 10.3.3 or former at any time if ios 11 is doing fine with their devices.
In my post I have mentioned that Apple had stopped signing its older IPSW FIRMWARES prior to ios 11 after 5th October 2017.
This means one could have downgraded oneÂ’s iPhone to older versions of iOS on or before 5th October 2017.
It then means as per your post hackers or any other unauthorised personnel would have been able to exploit an iPhone just by downgrading to an older iOS (more vulnerable iOS version) till 5th October 2017.
Has Apple officially allowed hackers or unauthorised personnel to do so till 5.10.2017 and then barring them all after it had stopped signing?
Why Apple had opened that window for some period then closed it?
Why such limitations?
ios 11 or later till date has really devastated iPhones. This is proven.
And mind it Apple is not going to take any step in resolving all these woes caused by ios 11. May be they are unaware
Even Tim Cook is not knowing this. I am really amazed and shocked.
sri, 19 Nov 2017hi dears i want buy i phone 7 plus its good or what give me your suggestions thax It's an Apple device, of course it's good. Built for sky-high standards and quality.
emperor80, 20 Sep 2017hi all, I updated my iPhone 7 plus and I enabled the dark mode but I faced pictures and video... moreThere is nothing called "dark mode" in iOS yet, what you're using is "Smart Inverse", that's an accessibility feature and not intended to use as a theme, or theme color. This is for people with disabilities.
Kumar, 05 Nov 2017Mockery because apple stopped signing its ipsw firmware after 5th October thus that became imp... moreThat's because if they allowed any older iOS IPSW to be signed, then hackers or any other unauthorized personnel will be able to exploit an iPhone just by downgrading to an older iOS (more vulnerable iOS version).
Such limitations are a good thing, and I really love Apple for considering such kind of security measurements.
Mark, 23 Nov 2017Do you really used s7 edge? Because s7 edge camera is far better than 7 plus and look more dsl... morehey cumÂ’on..i believe note 8 has a slightly better camera than iPhone 7 Plus, but dont troll yourself saying that s7 edge has better camera than iPhone 7 Plus.
Nick, 12 Oct 2017I love i phone 7 plus its amazing in sound camera qualiyy nd no prblm of hanging like android... moreDo you really used s7 edge? Because s7 edge camera is far better than 7 plus and look more dslr than 7 plus. I have both. So you are just a troll
Any one can tell me ... Why the finger print recognition wont work in 7+
Its service warranty is there for another 7 months
But wasn't purchased locally
Is it a Software or a Hardware Issue ??
Kumar, 19 Nov 2017Now proven! It has been proved that the culprit is ios 11 and later till date. As per Appl... morebro i sold my 7plus yesterday coz i started hating that battery drain issue after update my iphone se holds same backup as 7plus. so i will go for android...