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Why is Apple following in Microsoft's footsteps? For the last two years I have to check online to see what every new IOS release breaks along with what it fixes. IOS 11.2.6 apparently fixes the battery life problem by removing the remaining battery life indicator . . .

Might as well have a Microsoft OS . . .
 

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Why is Apple following in Microsoft's footsteps? For the last two years I have to check online to see what every new IOS release breaks along with what it fixes. IOS 11.2.6 apparently fixes the battery life problem by removing the remaining battery life indicator . . .

Might as well have a Microsoft OS . . .


I have that update on my 6 plus and my battery indicator is still there.


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This whole ver 11 IOS seems riddled with problems. I didn't pay Apple prices to get junk updates.

I've lost my in-car Bluetooth connectivity in one update. Another one mucked up my iTunes.
 

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I have done all updates including the recent, I've not had any connectivity issues or honestly any issues to speak of. Which model do you have by the way?
 

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Worst thing I have had is connecting to wireless at work but that was a problem with the settings at work.


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