Apple has released iOS 11. There are a lot of changes with this new version of iOS and some are not happy with the release. Specifically, Windows guru Paul Thurrott says iOS 11 is a mess. Paul criticizes Apple for being inconsistent with how iOS 11 operates on various devices. As an example, "If you have the largest iPad Pro (12.9-inch, either generation), you can display two apps side-by-side. Those apps each look and work like traditional iPad apps. But if you have a smaller (9- or 10.5-inch) iPad Pro, you cannot do this." Paul also describes other crazy issues with iOS 11 such as requiring two hands to do some tasks.
iOS 11 will not run any 32-bit apps either. That's going to break a lot of apps. Should you update now or wait until application developers update applications to 64-bit code? Which installed apps won't run on iOS 11? To get an idea of which apps aren't compatible with iOS 11, go to Settings > General > About > Applications and a list of incompatible apps will be displayed. Don't update to iOS 11 if there are apps listed you absolutely must use.
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