Apple releases iOS 10.3.3 update for iPhone and iPad

Apple has released the iOS 10.3.3 software update for iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. The update focuses on bug fixes and performance improvements for all devices running iOS 10.

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iOS 10.3.3 release notes:

iOS 10.3.3 includes bug fixes and improves the security of your iPhone or iPad.

While iOS 11 is currently in development and due out this fall, iOS 10.3.3 may be of the last software update to older hardware that won’t run iOS 11.

iOS 11 is currently in both developer and public beta so users can test major new features like drag-and-drop on new iPads before the official release later this fall.

For more stories on iOS 11 and what’s coming later this fall, check out our continuing coverage:

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  • How to enable screen recording on iOS 11 without a computer
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  • iOS 11 allows you to delete rarely-used apps but retain their settings and data
  • Apple opening up (some) access to the iPhone’s NFC chip in iOS 11
  • Easily share your WiFi with friends on iOS 11, automatically sends passwords to nearby devices
  • iOS 11 allows you to play FLAC files, albeit in a clunky way
  • 32-bit apps will not launch on iOS 11
  • iOS 11 brings Next/Previous Track controls to individual AirPods

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