Apple rolls out iOS 10.1.1 with updates to Health app

Apple has rolled out iOS 10.1.1 with bug fixes for health app. According to sources, the iOS 10.1.1 has been rolled out to iPhone and iPad users with a primary focus on resolving a bug with the Health app. The iOS 10.1.1 will be available for iPhone 5 and later, iPad 4th generation and later, iPod touch 6th gen and later models.

Previous, users reported that the Health app is not displaying any data. The latest update fixes this issue. Moreover, the release note also states that the update provides fixes for several other bugs but the Cupertino-bases tech giant hasn’t revealed all of them since they are minor are nature.

iOS 10.1.1

iOS 10.1.1 installation steps

To install iOS 10.1.1, you need to navigate to Settings | General | Software Update to download and install the new update. You can also install the update via iTunes. After installing iTunes, connect the relevant iOS gadget to your PC or Mac. You need to select the icon of your gadget from the top bar of iTunes. After that select the Summary tab and click Check for update option. You can then select Download button and update iPhone or iPad.

Points to note before installing iOS 10.1.1

Before proceeding to install the update, you need to make sure that you have at least 50 percent battery backup. Moreover, you require a strong Wi-Fi connectivity. For the sake of safety, you should capture a backup of all your important files and media before proceeding to install iOS 10.1.1 update.

Recently, the iOS 10.1 update triggered the Portrait mode to iPhone 7 Plus users in a bid to create the ‘bokeh’ effect. The main aim of this mode is to create a shallow depth of field effect to sharpen the main object while blurring the background. The update also provided enhancement to Maps and iMessage apps.

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