Apple rolls out iOS 11.3.1 update for foxing iPhone 8 display

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Alongside the new iOS update, Apple has brought a security update to the macOS 10.13.4 that debuted on Mac devices last month. The update also fixes a spoofing issue that could allow maliciously crafted text messages to process UI spoofing.

Interestingly, Apple's patch notes specify that the release "improves the security" of iOS devices.

iOS 11.3.1 is a 44.5MB download over-the-air (OTA) for iPhone X. On iPad Pro (9.7-inch), it's 33.5MB.

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This, according to reports, is due to the fact that replacing the iPhone 8's display also requires upgrading the chip that powers it, which means that if there's a mismatch between the screen and that chip, the latest iOS update will reject all touch input.

Apple released iOS 11.3.1 on Tuesday.

The company is already working on iOS 11.4, with a developer and public beta for users with an Apple developer account. This apparently was a software issue and Apple has resolved it in today's upgrade. You need to connect your device to a secure Wifi connection before downloading the update. The iOS 11.3 is one of the major updates being rolled out to the iOS devices. Designated as Security Update 2018-001, the update fixes a memory corruption issue that could provide extra privileges to some applications.

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Description: A spoofing issue existed in the handling of URLs.

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.

Many engineers have speculated that the cause of most of Apple's errors surrounding third-party components is thanks to Apple restricting access to the special tool known as Horizon, that enables permissions to confirm on the device that the new parts belong to it.

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