Pokemon Go Update Out Now, Here's What It Does (Not Much)

Reuters Stephen Lam Launch event of Apple's new smartphone the iPhone X

Reuters Stephen Lam Launch event of Apple's new smartphone the iPhone X

Developer Niantic today announced that a new update is heading to Pokemon GO.

According to the patch notes, players can expect support for iPhone X's higher resolution. The game will be updated to version 0.83.1 for Android and 1.53.2 for iOS. Pokemon Go is now in the process of being updated and optimized for iPhone X. In fact, Niantic released two updates for each of the game's platform version: Android and iOS. The update isn't anything game-changing, but does squashes a number of troublesome bugs and optimizes the game for iPhone X users, among other things. However, along with the addition of iPhone X compatibility, the developers removed support for devices running iOS 8.

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Resolved a bug that prevented Trainers from powering up Pokémon to their max CP.
It also fixes a bug that caused error banners to remain on the screen until the app was restarted.

Improved load times when you open the app.

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