Apple releases iOS 11.1.2 to fix iPhone X screen issues

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As a regular Outlook user, lack of iPhone X support has been quite annoying: the software bezels around unsupported apps on the iPhone X are quite huge, and they effectively make the device look like an old iPhone 6. The company knew and understood that this issue needed to be fixed sooner rather than later. It's worth mentioning that iOS 11.1.2 includes just two bug fixes, both aimed at the iPhone X, and no new features. The second issue the iOS 11.1.2 update addresses revolves around Live photos and videos getting distorted on the Apple iPhone X. The new update promises to solve the screen responsiveness problems, along with another fix to a problem with the camera. We also send freebies and lots of other goodies exclusively to our email subscribers.

While this update is focused on fixing iPhone X bugs, it's available to all iOS 11 devices.

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Currently, Apple is in the process of testing iOS 11.2 in beta, which is expected to support Apple Pay Cash and SiriKit for the HomePod with limited third-party developer support respectively.

The issue with the launch of iOS 11.1 was that the display of the iPhone X would tend to be unresponsive under cold temperatures.

iOS 11.1.2 come just under a week from last weeks 11.1.1 fix for the infamous "I" autocorrect that resulted in 'A [?]' being displayed.

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