iOS 11 Update Fixes Bugs, Email Support for Outlook Users
Having some trouble sending an office email on your iPhone?
You downloaded iOS 11
, didn't you. Sure,
it's got some dope upgrades inside
, but it's also the first version of the new operating system, and that means bugs. True to form, a
Users of the Microsoft-hosted email services were greeted with the message "Cannot Send Mail. The message was rejected by the server" after downloading the first version of the new iOS. Not a great feeling, to be sure. Apple has since addressed the issue in a support page , where it tells users to upgrade to iOS 11.0.1. We generally recommend performing software updates through iTunes and a wired connection, but visiting Settings > General > Software Update will also let you update the OS from your device.
While it probably did fix a few bugs, and Outlook and Exchange users can send emails again, iOS 11 still feels a bit unpolished . App rearranging is a buggy affair, and essential shortcuts in the updated Control Center aren't as useful as they once were. If you've been holding out until the first bug-fixing update, then go right ahead and upgrade your device. Just check to see if it's compatible first. Don't want you to get your hopes up.