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I '''removed all of the widgets on the notification page''' , turning everything off (background refresh, Siri, dictation, thumbprint lock, location, gestures, Bluetooth, etc. removed my cover with “Smart Cover feature” and it seems to be helping .
i suspect that it’s due to the accelerometer which causes the delay
Different things seem to be working for different people.
What hasn’t worked for me: Full erase, iTunes restore
Widget Removal
# Slide from top down
# swipe left to right one time
# tap “edit”
# tap “-“ then “remove” '''for each of the widgets''' (e.g. news, weather, calendar)
# tap “'''done'''” at the top/ middle/ off to the right hand corner after removing.
# I do believe that this is a software issue because I wasn’t experiencing this with 10.2. Hope this helps.
+The problem still occurred after the above steps were taken
+
+=== Update (01/03/2019) ===
+On iPad 12.9 2nd gen, been having touchscreen lag since iOS 11. I updated to 12 and the lag seemed to stop for a while but eventually resurfaced. I did the small updates here and there. I noticed that the touch problem seemed to get better immediately after the update but eventually returned after some time had passed. I just updated to 12.1.1 and everything seems to be ok for now. Will continue to monitor for touch screen problems. If they don’t come back, I’m never updating again!

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Editado por: Jeff T ,

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-I '''removed all of the widgets on the notification page''' and it seems to be helping.
+I '''removed all of the widgets on the notification page''' , turning everything off (background refresh, Siri, dictation, thumbprint lock, location, gestures, Bluetooth, etc. removed my cover with “Smart Cover feature” and it seems to be helping .
+
+i suspect that it’s due to the accelerometer which causes the delay
Different things seem to be working for different people.
-What hasn’t worked for me
-
-Full erase, iTunes restore, turning everything off (background refresh, Siri, dictation, thumbprint lock, location, gestures, Bluetooth, etc.
+What hasn’t worked for me: Full erase, iTunes restore
Widget Removal
# Slide from top down
# swipe left to right one time
# tap “edit”
# tap “-“ then “remove” '''for each of the widgets''' (e.g. news, weather, calendar)
# tap “'''done'''” at the top/ middle/ off to the right hand corner after removing.
# I do believe that this is a software issue because I wasn’t experiencing this with 10.2. Hope this helps.

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Editado por: Jeff T ,

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-Try removing all widgets from Notification Center.
+I '''removed all of the widgets on the notification page''' and it seems to be helping.
+
+Different things seem to be working for different people.
+
+What hasn’t worked for me
+
+Full erase, iTunes restore, turning everything off (background refresh, Siri, dictation, thumbprint lock, location, gestures, Bluetooth, etc.
+
+Widget Removal
+
+# Slide from top down
+# swipe left to right one time
+# tap “edit”
+# tap “-“ then “remove” '''for each of the widgets''' (e.g. news, weather, calendar)
+# tap “'''done'''” at the top/ middle/ off to the right hand corner after removing.
+# I do believe that this is a software issue because I wasn’t experiencing this with 10.2. Hope this helps.

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Mensagem original de: Jeff T ,

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Try removing all widgets from Notification Center.

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