Apple Updates iOS 11 A Week After Its Initial Release

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In what is become a common practice, Apple has updated iOS 11 just a week after if was made available to users. The release notes are quite anaemic but it seems issues with email connections to Exchange servers and battery drains might have been addressed.

The update is available over the air for all iOS 11 compatible devices and will suck down between 200MB and 300MB depending on your device based on my experience with an iPad Air 2 and iPhone 7 Plus.

Apple says email issues, Office 365 and Exchange are resolved by updating to the new release. And the release notes, detailing the security fixes dont tell us much other than iOS 11.0.1 including all the same security patches of iOS 11.

Developers didn't get any release notes either.

To check what version of iOS you're currently using

  1. Open Settings
  2. Tap on General and then About
  3. The version number is listed about two-thirds of the way down the list

To update to the latest available version of iOS

  1. Open Settings
  2. Tap on General and then on Software Update
  3. If an update is available, you'll see it listed
  4. Tap on Download and Install

If you prefer to download the full iOS 11.0.1 operating system and not just the update, iPhone Hacks has provided a listing of where you can download the appropriate image.


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