According to iPhone Shure audio accessory maker, the final version of iOS 11.3 will be released soon after next week, complete with bug fixes that may cause the microphone to malfunction.
The company creates a variety of Lightning-connected microphones for use with iOS devices, and it seems they have encountered problems connecting to iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus, or iPhone X. According to the company, the problem will be lost. As soon as iOS 11.3 is released next week.
The news comes after Shure replied to a user on Twitter who complained of a missed audio recording while using one of the company's Lightning microphones. Shure notifies his customers that the problem is not just iOS-related, but the issue is resolved in iOS 11.3. Furthermore, Shure says that iOS 11.3 will be available next week, something Apple has not yet publicly confirmed.
While it is not uncommon for third-party accessory makers to know Apple's iOS release plan, it may have informed Shure about a solution to the specific bug being played here, confirming that next week will ensure that improvements are available to all users.
IOS 11.3 beta is currently available in its third incarnation, with Animoji security features and new batteries included. Apple previously only said that iOS 11.3 will arrive this spring, which theoretically covers any time from late March to late June, although it may run faster ahead of schedule. We can not imagine Shure telling customers that iOS 11.3 will be delivered next week without the slightest belief in the fact, but we're really unsure of ourselves.
We'll know this time next week whether Shure is right or not, but let's hope that, if only for the sake of his Twitter timeline!
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