Apple just updated its mobile operating system again with iOS 11, complete with some new features to help convince users to make the change.
On the iPhone, Apple hyped up a customizable Control Center, improved Siri and another push into augmented reality. Those new features will make the iPhone feel a little different, but it's actually the iPad that benefits most from iOS 11.
With drag-and-drop multitasking, a Mac-like "Dock" space and file browser, Apple's tablets are going to look and feel more like laptops.
Beyond new additions, iOS 11 is also getting rid of support for 32-bit apps. This means more than 180,000 apps won't be compatible with iOS 11, and some of those apps were preemptively removed this summer.
Users can check to see if any of their apps are 32-bit, but most popular apps are actually safe.
If users still choose to update their devices this week, it's always important to back everything up, as well as set aside some time. The update could take between 30 minutes to two hours.