Apple today announced iOS 16.1.1, as well as iPadOS 16.1.1 minor bug fixes, are released two weeks following the launch of iOS 16.1, an update that included the support of iCloud Sharing Photos Library, Live Activity, and much more.
These iOS 16.1.1, as well as iPadOS 16.1.1 updates, are available to be downloaded to qualified iPhones and iPads via the Settings menu > General > Software update.
Users are able to upgrade to iOS 16.1.1 via the Software Update menu within the iPhone Settings app. The build number for this version is 20B101. Apple has also released iPadOS 16.1.1 in addition to iPad users.
iOS 16.1.1 is a fix for a couple of unknown bugs that iPhone owners have had to contend with in Apple’s release notes. The users have been suffering from a widespread WiFi bug, for example. The WiFi glitch caused intermittent disconnects, with some users being unable to remain in touch with their WiFi networks.
It’s not known what the exact nature of the WiFi problem is solved since Apple didn’t provide an exact list of fixes for bugs; instead, it stated, “the update “includes bug fixes and security updates.”
After today’s announcement of iOS 16.1.1, The most recent software upgrade to iPhone customers will come with iOS 16.2. The update is currently being tested with developers as well as the public beta testers. It will include an array variety of improvements and new features that include Apple’s brand new Freefrom collaboration application as well as improvements for the Home application as well as other features. It’s scheduled to be available in mid-December.
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