After several beta builds, Apple finally launched iOS 10.3.3 update last week. Here’s why you should upgrade to the latest version of iOS 10 firmware.
While a lot of users have updated to iOS 11, tons of users are still waiting for a jailbreak for iOS 10.3.2 and 10.3.1.
A small subset of users that don’t care about jailbreaking is looking to move over to a stable firmware. The latest and most stable firmware at present is iOS 10.3.3.
Important – If you are interested in a jailbreak, stay on iOS 10.3.x by all means. Remember, DO NOT update.
Here are 3 major reasons why you should update your iOS device to iOS 10.3.3.
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3 Reasons Why you should Update to iOS 10.3.3
1. WiFi Vulnerability Closed
iOS 10.3.3 closes the Broadpwn WiFi vulnerability and this is a major reason why a lot of users are upgrading.
For the uninitiated, Broadpwn vulnerability present in the Broadcom WiFi chips allows hackers to remotely access your device.
This bug is found in both iOS as well as Android devices. Google has already released a fix for this and now it’s Apple’s turn.
Moreover, this update also brings other security fixes that further beef up the security.
2. Better Performance
According to several comparisons and tests, this version is quite faster than iOS 10.3.2. Hence, performance is yet another reason to move to the latest update.
3. Improved Battery Life
iOS 10.3.3 fixes the incessant battery drain present in iOS 10.3.2. This is by far the biggest problem faced by iOS 10.3.2 users.
This new update purportedly increases battery life up to 20%. Again, users who want a jailbreak tool will somehow need to deal with this battery drain.
Will you update?
These are the main reasons as to why you should upgrade to the latest stable firmware. iOS 10.3.3 doesn’t offer anything new but several security and performance improvements are worth it.
It is still better than updating to the beta versions of iOS 11 firmware. So will you upgrade your device or stick to your current firmware? Let us know in the comments section below.
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