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    I was going to say, I had no issues with the update.

    I can't really blame Apple either, because the testing that it goes through, "probably" never gets tested by people that use 3rd party parts, since they are all in the Apple Developers circle.
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    I'm betting Apple will publish an update to 11.3 in order to fix the non Apple screen replacement problem. They did the same thing previously with the 7 and 7+ repairs. The prices that Apple charges for Apple Care + and repair costs in general have gone up considerably over the past several years. Mobile phones of any kind are just more susceptible to damage than other devices. I can remember my days of using several different variants of flip phones. I dropped those things numerous times. Of course it seems those old flip phones were more durable than the current Apple iPhones or Android phones are.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chscag View Post
    I'm betting Apple will publish an update to 11.3 in order to fix the non Apple screen replacement problem. They did the same thing previously with the 7 and 7+ repairs. The prices that Apple charges for Apple Care + and repair costs in general have gone up considerably over the past several years. Mobile phones of any kind are just more susceptible to damage than other devices. I can remember my days of using several different variants of flip phones. I dropped those things numerous times. Of course it seems those old flip phones were more durable than the current Apple iPhones or Android phones are.
    No issues with update so far after doing it.

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