The latest version of the iPhone 11 and iOS 11 operating system is available for all iPhone users around the world.
The new version brings with it a host of features, including the new design of the Store Store, as well as improvements to the control center, the Siri audio assistant and more.
But before you update for the new version, it’s a good idea to check if the apps installed on your phone are compatible with the new version.
All older (32-bit) applications will not be compatible with iOS 11, which means that they will not work if the new version is installed before updating.
To check your apps, go to the following path:
Settings> General> About> Applications
Then you’ll see a list of apps installed on your device that will not work with the new version of iOS 11, and if no apps appear on the list, they’ll all work without a problem with the new version.
Many developers have already released updates to support the compatibility of their applications with the new version of the system, and of course most popular applications have been updated to work without problems with iOS 11.
However, if certain applications on your device are not compatible with the new version, you must verify that you have updated them to the latest version.
If these applications are already updated to the latest version, but they still appear on the list, you can only wait for a new update before you go to update the system if you can not do so.
If you do not have a problem getting rid of these apps, then you can update to iOS 11 and you’re comfortable.