Garageband not working in iOS 11? Here's how to fix it.

After the release of iOS 11, many users complain that the GarageBand application crashes immediately after launch or not

opens at all. This is a very serious problem for those who often use it. Fortunately, Apple is already aware of the problem and is “looking for a solution to it.”

According to Apple, the problem is in iCloud. If you disable the service, all errors should disappear. So if you really need to use the GarageBand application, you can disable iCloud as a temporary solution. Later, Apple will release an update in which the problem will be fixed.



How to solve problems with Garageband at iOS 11

Step 1: Open up Settings and click on your name at the top.

Step 2: Go to iCloud.

Step 3: In the iCloud-Using Programs section, find GarageBand and turn off the switch.

GarageBand should now launchno problem. Since you disabled iCloud for it, you won’t be able to access songs stored in iCloud Drive, and all new songs will be saved on your device, not in the cloud. This is the only solution until Apple fixes the problem in the next update. It appears that on iOS 11.1 beta 3 the error is still present. Apple may also release an update to the GarageBand app itself as a solution.

We will let you know when Apple releases an update to resolve this issue.

IOS 11 issues and solutions