So far, iOS 11.0.3 has been a headache for iOS device users. This release compatible with iPhone 5S or later, iPad mini 2 or later and the 6th generation iPod touch or later.
Compatible devices are notified automatically. Moving forward, jailbroken devices will break once iOS 11.0.3 gets installed. A lot of people have been complaining about its stability e.g. crashing, poor battery life, connectivity issues and sluggish performance. As of now, there is no confirmed number of affected users, but they have ranted on social media and reddit all about it.
Apple also warns users: “Note: Non-genuine replacement displays may have compromised visual quality and may fail to work correctly. Apple-certified screen repairs are performed by trusted experts who use Apple parts. See support.apple.com for more information.”
Sudden change of battery life according to users is their major complaint. Data Analytics company Wandera has compiled data which shows that it is a fact that comparing iOS 10 vs iOS 11, the later eats us more juice from the battery.
For now, it is a very good idea not to update to iOS 11.0.3 with two notable exceptions. If your iPhone 7 or iPhone 7 Plus has suffered from poor audio and haptic feedback or your iPhone 6S had an unresponsive display because it was fixed with non-genuine parts, then iOS 11.0.3 is for you and you should upgrade without hesitation.
Growing number of complaints from users who have upgraded is a good indicator not to go through with the update just yet. Wait until the general public has come to a conclusion that they have a stable release before proceeding with it, otherwise, you’d just end up like the other users complaining all about it.