The public release of iOS 11 for iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch and Apple TV. While it may be tempting to just hit the update button there are a couple of things you should do before updating, we’ll cover those in this article.
Before you update, you’ll want to make sure your Apple device is backed up.
Go into Settings and select the Bar at the top of the screen displaying your Apple ID. For older iOS versions, there’s a slightly different process to navigate through the iCloud Settings. For those steps, go here.
Select Back Up Now. Your Apple device will run through the backup process which may take a long time, depending on how much data is being backed up, if you’ve done this before, and the speed of your internet connection.
After the backup is finished, go back to Settings and select General.
When the device is completing installation, it will restart. You will be prompted to press the Home Button to finish setting up iOS 11. Press Continue.
Based on your own preferences, decide whether or not you want share your phone’s information with Apple Analytics and App Analytics which are used for development purposes to make their products and software better.
As you’re navigating through the new iOS, take note of the changes. You can see that the font system is different. Explore the new interface and find where things are. It’s a good idea to set another backup at this point.
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