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Question: iPhone 6 problems after upgrading to iOS 11

Iam using iPhone 6 from last few years and I had no problem with it unless and until I updated with iOS 11. Initially I thought the software had bugs and it would be rectified but it followed with consecutive problems my incoming speaker became too low to hear (loud speaker is perfect) and even while playing a minimal graphics game its getting heated and to that my apps take time to open which is annoying. So, can you give me a better solution or else at least help me with the downgrade option to 10.3.2 (ipsw10.3.2 download link).


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Sunil

Mac Pro, OS X El Capitan (10.11.1), null

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Mar 8, 2018 12:55 PM in response to naga0505 In response to naga0505

Hey naga0505!

I understand you're having a few problems with your iPhone, and I'd be happy to help you figure out why that is. Before we get started, I just wanted to let you know that downgrading software isn't a supported troubleshooting step, and could even result in more problems than you started with if attempted. Also, because you mentioned multiple issues, I'm going to address each individually in an effort to make it easier to follow which step is geared towards which issue.

First things first, you mentioned that you'd upgraded to iOS 11, but you didn't say anything about the specific version you're using. Each time we release a new update, it's usually designed to release a new feature, update an existing feature, or address a problem with something from a previous version. A great start to any troubleshooting (especially when it first presented after a previous software update) is to make sure the device is running current software, so head to Settings > General > Software Update and make sure it's up-to-date. If it isn't, back up your iPhone beforehand, then go ahead and update the software: Update your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch - Apple Support

Regarding your speaker issue, it's difficult to say exactly what the cause is. Make sure you're checking Settings > Sounds to ensure the volume threshold is within a comfortable range and the volume is up. You should also remove any case you're using with the iPhone temporarily, because some might be designed in a way that covers the speakers. Lastly, you should check the troubleshooting outlined here: If you hear no sound or distorted sound from your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch speaker - Apple Support

As for the iPhone heating up and apps running slowly, please take a look at the information in this link for more information: iPhone Battery and Performance

Be sure to update the thread with any new information as you're running through these steps, that way we can keep working together if need be.

Cheers!

Mar 8, 2018 12:55 PM

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