Apple Releases iOS 8.1.1 with Stability Improvements and Bug Fixes
Apple has just released iOS 8.1.1 to users worldwide. The public release comes two weeks after the release of the beta version that contained a wide number of bug fixes, but lacked new functionality. Looks like this is another minor update aimed at making the mobile operating system more stable. What is also interesting about iOS 8.1.1 is that it reportedly kills Pangu untethered jailbreak, so if you want to keep your device jailbroken, stay away from this software update.
According to Apple’s release notes, iOS 8.1.1 does not bring any new functionality. It only improves the work of the operating system on the older devices like the iPad 2 or the iPhone 4s.
Although many users expected that the guys from Cupertino will add such long-anticipated features as split-screen multitasking for the iPad or serious tweaks for Apple Maps to iOS 8.1.1, it seems that Apple decided to wait for a while and work on this functionality more. I think that something really new we’ll see with the release of iOS 8.2 or iOS 8.3.
The new version of Apple mobile operating system is available via Software Update option, so you can download and install it right now.
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