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 Post subject: Go Back To iOS 10?
 Post Posted: Mon Feb 12, 2018 2:06 pm 
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Is that possible? My wife's iPhone updated itself to iOS11 yesterday, despite having Auto Downloads turned off, and she's been giving me grief ever since because it's not like it was and her favourite Apps don't work or work differently.

Is it possible to revert using the last iTunes back up?

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 Post subject: Re: Go Back To iOS 10?
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You could take a look at these but it may already be too late.

https://www.macworld.co.uk/how-to/apple/how-downgrade-from-ios-11-3664217/

https://ios.gadgethacks.com/how-to/downgrade-ios-11-back-ios-10-3-3-your-iphone-0178028/

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Nope. If it was, I would be joining you. Apple is no longer signing iOS 10, so it can't be installed on an un-jailbroken iPhone - and that's a completely different bag of worms.

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Is it straightforward to jailbreak the iPhone? And if it is, is it safe or wise?


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 Post subject: Re: Go Back To iOS 10?
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Interesting comments. I couldn't wait to upgrade my first ever iOS device (5th gen iPad) from 10 to 11, which I find truly a useful OS, though nowhere near MacOS of course. I'm wondering why people have problems with it?

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iOS 11 is a 64-bit OS and thus stopped supporting 32-bit apps. Many people still use 32-bit apps so have to consider whether to update. I'd say that was the main problem and as mentioned in the first post as a reason to revert


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iOS: I have an iPhone 6 - the performance of 11.2 (I waited to upgrade) was truly appalling, 11.2.5 is an improvement, but I'd still call it a downgrade. After using it for a while I couldn't name one iOS 11 feature that made it worth upgrading.

MacOS: Sierra broke everything where I work, due to to a ridiculous 'security feature'. All High Sierra introduced was more bugs, so what's the point of risking an upgrade? And what was the point of all the public betas?

Apple have taught me not to trust them anymore.

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Thanks guys. Looks like I'll have to put my earbuds back in and turn the music up. :lol:

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 Post subject: Re: Go Back To iOS 10?
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Save myself a lot of typing:

http://www.techradar.com/news/ios-11-al ... -mobile-os

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Anndra wrote:
iOS: I have an iPhone 6 - the performance of 11.2 (I waited to upgrade) was truly appalling, 11.2.5 is an improvement, but I'd still call it a downgrade. After using it for a while I couldn't name one iOS 11 feature that made it worth upgrading.

MacOS: Sierra broke everything where I work, due to to a ridiculous 'security feature'. All High Sierra introduced was more bugs, so what's the point of risking an upgrade? And what was the point of all the public betas?

Apple have taught me not to trust them anymore.

New Dock that's more like the Mac Dock and makes using iOS more like a Mac?
Control Centre on one screen?
Better multi-tasking?
Better Siri?
Better Photos?
Drag and drop between apps much easier?
File management system ("Files")?

I've looked at previous iOS releases in the local Apple Store over the years and quite liked them, but compared to Mac, "No thanks". iOS 11 is the first to really excite me and think that using the iPad will be more like using a Mac .. up to a point.

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 Post subject: Re: Go Back To iOS 10?
 Post Posted: Wed Feb 14, 2018 11:37 am 
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MacBiter wrote:
New Dock that's more like the Mac Dock and makes using iOS more like a Mac?
Control Centre on one screen?
Better multi-tasking?
Better Siri?
Better Photos?
Drag and drop between apps much easier?
File management system ("Files")?

New Dock - iPad only, my iPad is too old for iOS 11
Control centre - good point, nice upgrade
Better multi-tasking - iPad only
Better Siri - not noticeably
Better Photos - slightly less bad Photos
Drag and drop - iPad only
File Management - good point, nice upgrade

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 Post subject: Re: Go Back To iOS 10?
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Anndra wrote:
New Dock - iPad only, my iPad is too old for iOS 11
Control centre - good point, nice upgrade
Better multi-tasking - iPad only
Better Siri - not noticeably
Better Photos - slightly less bad Photos
Drag and drop - iPad only
File Management - good point, nice upgrade

Ah, I'm an iPad user. Good point...

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