Apple has recently released iOS 11.3.1, an update to its operating system. Among the various fixes it provides, the arguably most important one is the iPhone 8 frozen screen one. You see, a few weeks ago iOS 11.3 introduced a bug to iPhone 8 thanks to which any iPhone 8 screen that was not an official Apple product (e.g a new screen from a third-party, put in to substitute a broken original one) would become unresponsive to touch. To nobody’s surprise, this turned out to be a software issue, likely put in place to prevent iPhone owners from using third-party services. Whether or not that is true, Apple has now released a patch that fixes it, so that we can once more fix our phones’ displays for a bit less than the horrendous prices Apple is asking us for.
Other than this fix, iOS 11.3.1 only offers a bunch of less interesting security updates.