For the last couple of years I had given up on my annual warnings about upgrading iOS versions too early. I can put up with a lot of trolling, but the comments generated by Apple fanboys to those posts were just depressing. Apple can make mistakes. It's okay. Everyone does. You don't need to defend one of the richest companies in the world from the evil blogger that points this out.
Yesterday Tom from Synth Anatomy posted his own iOS 11 warning and the fanboy comments on Facebook weren't just depressing; they were disrespectful. He's not saying you absolutely shouldn't upgrade to iOS 11. It is your device and you're free to do as you please with it. Upgrade it, jailbreak it, wipe your ass with it, I don't care. But don't wipe your ass with a blogger that's trying to look out for readers.
I think it would be wildly irresponsible for any blogger to advocate for anything other than caution. There are a lot of apps out there that are still 32-bit. Some classic, and beloved, apps like Bebot whose own 64-bit update only arrived Tuesday. There is no reason to rush out an upgrade to iOS 11. If by some miracle this is the first iOS update that has no bugs, you may find problems running the many apps that don't see frequent updates.
What's new in Everyday Looper v1.6.1:- 64 bits compatibility
- Improved large screen support
What's new in SunrizerXS synth v1.5:Added support for 64-bit devices
What's new in Midiflow Monitor (Audiobus) v1.0.3:
What's new in Midiflow Splitter (Audiobus) v1.0.2:
What's new in Midiflow Motion (Audiobus) v1.0.2:+ Fixes for iOS 11
YouTuber Rebecca Loops is best known for her use of Everyday Looper, but hurricane Harvey and other calamities have left her to resort to this Stone Age take on looping. If Everyday Looper hadn't been updated today, and she updated her iPad Air 2 to iOS 11, she'd be left without her favorite app.
iOS 11: Basically as bad as a hurricane.