Straight from the top, I'm using an iPhone 6 Plus with the latest version of iOS. I've discovered a pair of bugs in iOS11 that seriously need to be fixed as soon as possible. I'm not sure if these are bugs directly related to whether or not voiceover is on on the iPhone or not, but in the past, when the first of these bugs would infrequently crop up, toggling voiceover usually fixed it. That, however, is no longer the case. Other than in text messages, it's now impossible to use a Bluetooth keyboard in any text fields. I can't enter passwords using it, I can't post on facebook using it, I can't use the keyboard at all, even when quick nav is turned off. It's as if iOS11 is denying that the text fields are text fields. I can still type out text messages using it, but that's the extent of what I'm now able to do where text fields are concerned. I turn off quick nav, preparing to type in text in all other text fields other than text messages, and no matter how much I type, the text fields remain empty. I've turned voiceover off and back on, same result. I've rebooted the phone, same result. I've tried every workaround I can think of and still can't use the keyboard in text fields. The only way I can enter text is to swipe all over the screen and hope I hit the correct letter, which is very time consuming, especially when entering said text via a bluetooth keyboard is so much faster than having to hunt and peck, so to speak. Also, it's no longer possible to move apps using the keyboard. I use the keystroke that's supposed to permit you to do this, and Voiceover gives me the "editing" prompt, but then iOS acts as if I'm not in edit mode at all. The only way now to move app's is by the old fashioned way of trying to drag the app to where you want it, which is extremely unreliable. i've also been noticing that Voiceover is a lot slower and a bit less responsive in iOS11. In fact, I've experienced more Voiceover crashes since updating to iOS11, then iOS11.01 than I have since iOS8 was first introduced in september of 2014. Unfortunately, it's probably too late for me to downgrade back to the last build of iOS10, but if it were still possible, I'd definitely do it, seeing how many bugs I've been experiencing with 11.