During Monday evening, Swedish time, was finally released IOS 10.3. It is one of the major updates of IOS 10 so far, and probably also the last major update before the IOS 11.
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However, some iOS users who decided to jump on IOS 10.3 first day, have reported a lengthy update process. AppleInsider writes that the update (which is at least 600 MB) can take 20 minutes to install on an iPhone 7 and 7 Plus, while an iPad Air 2 took 48 minutes in which to refresh.
The explanation may be that the IOS now switching to a new file system, Apple File System (APFS). There is a file system that among other things will be better suited for flash storage, and that will eventually find its way into all of Apple's products.
AppleInsider writes to devices that are filled to the brim with photos, videos and other files take longer time, while more empty units updating slightly faster.
As usual, we recommend a backup before updating, in case something goes wrong.
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