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The iOS 11.4.1 update which was expected to fix the problems users have been facing with iOS 11.4, was eagerly awaited. However, the 11.4.1 update did more harm than good. The iOS 11.4 battery drain problem which affected many iPhone and iPad users, continues to spread even after iOS 11.4.1 released. And like any other iOS update, the 11.4.1 release also comes with its own set of problems. Check them out below: CarPlay not working on iOS 11.4.1…

The iOS 11.4 update for iPhone and iPad devices brought along a horrible battery drain problem, and unfortunately, even the subsequent iOS 11.4.1 update which rolled out last week fails to fix the problem for affected users. We did an extensive test of iOS 11.4.1 battery life on our…

The iOS 11.4.1 update is now rolling out to the public after several weeks into the beta testing. The update comes with bug fixes and security patches. But does it fix the infamous battery drain caused by iOS 11.4? We have the iOS 11.4.1 update running on our…

While the next big update to iOS is pending an announcement at WWDC 2018, Apple is currently also working on an incremental iOS update (iOS 11.4) which might get released to the public in next few weeks. The iOS 11.4 update is currently available to download under the…

The iOS 11.4 update for iPhone and iPad devices brings along a great new feature that everyone is excited about — Messages in iCloud. But we find something far more valuable than that in the iOS 11.4 update — performance improvements. iOS 11.4 dramatically improves the overall performance…

The iOS 11.4 update for iPhone and iPad devices has finally been released to public after several beta releases for the past couple of months. We have been using the iOS 11.4 since the first beta came out, and one thing that was easily noticeable was improved battery…

The Messages in iCloud feature is finally available to iOS and Mac users with the iOS 11.4 and macOS 10.13.5 update. You can enable the feature by going to iCloud settings on your iOS device and through Messages app on your Mac. What Messages in iCloud does is…