On Monday Apple released iOS 8.1.1, the fourth update to iOS 8 after two months, emerging as a sigh of relief for iPhone4s users or newer as well as iPad2 users or newer. Since its last update, almost all who went for it were suffering from bugs and slow processing.
Though 8.1.1 is not a huge release carrying some extraordinary features, yet it is a necessary one for iPhone and iPad users, for this time Apple has released its new update with some important improvements and enhancements. On the contrary it has also fixed the bugs and errors of interrupting user experience.
The update is available for all devices using iOS 8, including the iPhone 4S, 5, 5C, 5S, 6, and 6 Plus; all iPad models except the first-generation model as well as the fifth-generation iPod Touch.
For updating iOS 8.1.1 on your iPhone or iPad you just have to navigate to
“Settings > General > Software Update”
And should download relatively quickly, for it is a lightweight delta.
Also, an update on the Mac side has been released too! Apple has released OS X 10.10.1, its first update for Yosemite. The new Yosemite update will result in better Wi-Fi consistency, enhanced Microsoft Exchange connections, and solutions for reliability in Mail during sending messages to certain email providers. You can download the latest release from the updates tab at present on Apple’s Mac App Store.