iFixit speculates iOS 11.3 touchscreen issues aren’t purposeful, just software bugs

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    Last week, reports started popping up that iOS 11.3 was bricking devices that had been repaired with third-party screens. A pair of other issues have also emerged, including the new Battery Health feature not supporting aftermarket batteries and auto brightness and True Tone failing on the iPhone 8, iPhone 8, and iPhone X.

    iFixit, however, speculates today that these issues are primarily software fixes, rather than deliberate efforts by Apple to sabotage third-party repairs…

    View the original article: https://9to5mac.com/2018/04/16/iphone-screen-battery-problems-ios-11-3/

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