Apple has revealed within new statistics on Wednesday shared to the App Store support page for developers that iOS 11 installations are up 11 percentage points since January, meaning 76 percent of iOS devices are now running a version of iOS 11.
Apple has released iOS 11.3.1 to address problems with touch input caused by third-party screen repairs. According to a report by ArsTechnica, this new update fixes two security vulnerabilities addressing a privilege elevation attack and how macOS High Sierra handles URLs. Back then iOS 11 was running on 65 percent of phones and tablets and iOS 10 was running on 28 percent of devices.
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Apple just rolled out iOS 11.3.1 with a fix for third-party iPhone displays that stopped working properly after an earlier software update.
Prior to today, Apple iPhone X users who wanted to use the Amazon Alexa app had to deal with ugly black bars at the top and bottom of the screen. The update is available for iPhone 5s and later, iPad Air and later, iPod touch 6th generation. It is being reported that some of the users noticed that their iPhone display which stopped responding to the previous iOS version 11.3 is no longer creating an issue for them. You need to connect your device to a secure Wifi connection before downloading the update.
That doesn't mean Apple isn't still exceedingly profitable: The iPhone X and its premium price captured 35% of all smartphone profits in Q4 2017, and Apple made 90% of all smartphone profits over that time. You can download Amazon Alexa from the App Store for free.