Apple released iOS 11.0.3 on Wednesday as a minor update to the company’s newest mobile operating system with small bug fixes and improvements targeting specific iPhone models.

In particular, the update sets its sights on the iPhone 6s, iPhone 7, and iPhone 7 Plus handsets, but it can be installed on any supported Apple device.

As its first order of business, iOS 11.0.3 resolves a problem where an iPhone 6s user’s touch panel could become unresponsive if it were replaced previously by a third-party vendor. As a side note, Apple recommends that these users seek genuine Apple replacement parts and service to meet the desired performance expectations without any hiccups.

iOS 11.0.3 also resolves a problem with iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus handsets where both audio and haptic feedback would sporadically stop working as expected.

Albiet unrelated to iOS 11.0.3, it’s worth noting that iOS 11.1 is currently in beta stages and should launch later this year. This update will resurrect the widely-missed 3D Touch-based app-switcher gesture on supported iPhone handsets and introduce hundreds of new Emoji to make expressing your feelings through iMessage or other messaging platforms more engaging.

As with every one of Apple’s software updates, iOS 11.0.3 is available from our downloads page, and if you’re not jailbroken, you should consider upgrading to have the latest improvements to iOS.

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  • Jay

    whoa, are they locking out replacement display’s making sure only they can do repairs? If not I think it may be coming soon…

    • Iskren Donev

      Hopefully it would not come to that.

    • I hope it does not come to that, however they seem to be fixing an incompatibility problem here rather than barring users who’ve taken advantage of cheaper display repairs.

      • Rowan09

        Well after OLED which people been begging for goodbye to cheap displays.

  • Wilber Alexander Flores

    Where’s 11.1 beta 3

  • nirmitlamed

    So still battery drain bug?

  • Abhinav Chaudhary

    Stay on lowest firmware if you care about jaiobreak.

    • Tony Trenkle Jr.

      So 9.3.3? Got it. Too bad I’m on iOS 11 now.

    • Blip dude

      LOL!! A jailbreak will come when it will come, period. The less you hold your breath on that, the longer you’ll live.

  • Tony Trenkle Jr.

    Are these fixes in 11.1 beta or no?

    • Not sure if they’re in the beta, but they will certainly be present in the final release.

  • Guy

    Will this fix the iPad not charging issue

  • Sandeep Roy

    Waiting for 11.3 😀 Typical since iOS 8

  • Deuri Andújar

    Don’t Update Few bugs , battery drain , wifi connection isuees

  • Rock Arth

    Hello everybody
    I’ve my iPad Air 1 on iOS 10.3.1 yet, it is fast and works well. I use it more to make music with dedicated apps but I’m getting tempted to update to the last iOS 11 which seems to bring many new features. In other side I will lost 5 apps that are 32 bits and developer don’t support anymore
    Although none of these apps are related to music.
    Can someone tell me if this update will keep the performance for example in the keyboard which I use very often to write ideas, or sadly it will get clunky and slow. Thanks to the community for any comments