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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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Edit by: Jeff T ,

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I '''removed all of the widgets on the notification page''' andpage''' , 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 helpinghelping .
I '''removed all of the widgets on the notification page''' andpage''' , 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 helpinghelping .
 
Different things seemi suspect that it’s due to be working for different people.the accelerometer which causes the delay
Different things seemi suspect that it’s due to be working for different people.the accelerometer which causes the delay
 
What hasn’t workedDifferent things seem to be working for medifferent people.
What hasn’t workedDifferent things seem to be working for medifferent people.
 
FullWhat hasn’t worked for me: Full erase, iTunes restore, turning everything off (background refresh, Siri, dictation, thumbprint lock, location, gestures, Bluetooth, etc.restore
FullWhat hasn’t worked for me: Full erase, iTunes restore, turning everything off (background refresh, Siri, dictation, thumbprint lock, location, gestures, Bluetooth, etc.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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Edit by: Jeff T ,

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Try removingI '''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 Notification Centertop 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
.
Try removingI '''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 Notification Centertop 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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Original post by: Jeff T ,

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Try removing all widgets from Notification Center.

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