Apple recently rolled out the iOS 10.3.1 update for older 32-bit devices like the iPhone 5/5C and iPad 4th. This update fixes the outstanding bugs and problems, but you should refer to the article below before making a decision whether to upgrade iOS 10.3.1 for iPhone 5/5C, iPad.
If you already know the new features in iOS 10.3 through iOS 10.3, the
As a patched version of iOS 10.3, iOS 10.3.1 has no different improvements compared to version 10.3. If you are using iOS 10.3 on iPhone 5/5c or iPad devices, you can go to iOS 10.3.1 for security updates, patches in the system.
According to the information that Software compiled, this new version of iOS is quite battery hungry and gradually Apple does not support older 32-bit devices anymore, so if you are using iOS 8 or iOS 9, you should NOT update to iOS 10, iOS 10.3 or iOS 10.3.1 because when using this new version sometimes you will not be able to install Set some software when this operating system is only optimized for 64bit chips and the time spent using the device is also significantly reduced.
From iOS 10 onwards, Apple has always focused on optimizing new devices using their 64bit chips to be able to receive upgrades and the best app experience from the AppStore. 32-bit devices have weak configurations and do not meet the requirements of growing applications, so this is understandable. Therefore, despite receiving security patch updates, feature upgrades, Software advises readers not to update iOS 10.3.1 to avoid encountering unexpected glitches on your iPhone 5/5C device, iPad. Conversely, devices like iPhone 5s and later you should upgrade to the latest versions of the operating system.
If you still decide to upgrade to the latest operating system to experience the newly updated features, you should