The new update also addresses issues where touch input went unresponsive on some iPhone 8 devices as they were serviced with non-genuine replacement displays. In addition, Apple has also released a new security update to macOS 10.13.4 that was rolled out last month. The update also fixes a spoofing issue that could allow maliciously crafted text messages to process UI spoofing.
iOS 11.3.1 is available now as a free over-the-air update using the Settings app, under General Software Update.
If you replaced your iPhone 8 display recently through a third party using non-genuine or non-OEM parts, you might have gotten a surprise when you updated to iOS 11.3; the touch screen stopped working or did not respond accurately. Of course, even authorized experts (as Apple calls them) have been affected by this issue, which resulted in this week's release. The latest update was launched less than a month after the much-anticipated iOS 11.3.
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The iOS 11.3.1 update is nowhere as major a software build as the iOS 11.3 package that was created to enhance the user experience by letting users toggle performance throttling and view battery health. The update weighs around 47MB if downloaded as an Over-The-Air update. Designated as Security Update 2018-001, the update fixes a memory corruption issue that could provide extra privileges to some applications. This issue was addressed with improved input validation.
The issue lasted approximately two weeks, in which iOS 11.3 introduced a problem with the interactivity of touchscreens for those running third-party displays.
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