Just days after Apple released the much anticipated iOS 11 update for iPhones and iPads around the world, you should now be already seeing a new update notification. For those of you who are already using iOS 11, you may have it in the back of your mind that not everything feels right. Looks like Apple has addressed those issues as the iOS 11.0.1 update just rolled out globally and in Pakistan as well.
Hours after iOS 11 released, noise of there being various issues were heard quite loud and clear. Some of the most frustrating issues that we know about ever since iOS 11 came out have been:
Inability to completely turn off WiFi and Bluetooth
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For most devices, the iOS 11 update was over 2GBs in size. Which is monumental for sure and was bound to be prone to bugs. Apple has recognized these problems and is said to be working to fix these issues as fast as they can.
What Apple Said About iOS 11.0.1
iOS 11.0.1 is 280.5 MB in size (on our iPhone 7 Plus and may vary from device to device). All Apple has said about the update so far is:
“iOS 11.0.1 includes bug fixes and improvements for your iPhone or iPad”.
Nothing else was directly mentioned, which is why we will have to do some testing before saying that all bugs and issues have been resolved. The biggest issue we hope Apple resolved with iOS 11.0.1 is the battery drain, but upon investigating further reveals a stronger focus on the email exchange issue.
Heading over to the official support page by Apple for the update, the following can be seen:
“If you can‘t send an email with iOS 11 and an Outlook.com or Exchange mail account
You might not be able to send email with an Outlook.com, Office 365, or Exchange account until you update to iOS 11.0.1.
If your email account is hosted by Microsoft on Outlook.com or Office 365, or an Exchange Server 2016 running on Windows Server 2016, you might see this error message when you try to send an email with iOS 11: “Cannot Send Mail. The message was rejected by the server.”
To fix the issue, update to iOS 11.0.1 or later.”
Having used iOS 10 and now iOS 11 with the iPhone 7 Plus and iPad Mini 2 and Mini 4, I didn’t see that exact exchange message. Instead, I did see a pop-up from time to time asking me about my exchange password, without mentioning which email address specifically the password was needed for. 7
Hopefully I will not be seeing that annoying pop-up any more after having installed iOS 11.0.1 on all of my Apple devices.
Let us know how your experience with iOS 11 and the latest update, iOS 11.0.1 has been so far. Did it solve all the major iOS 11 issues or was it just the exchange for now? Leave your thoughts in the comments section below, on the Official TechBizWeb.com Facebook page or head over to our new YouTube Channel!