Apple Quickly Pushed iOS 10.1.1 to iPhone for Fixing Health Data System
iOS 10.1.1 is available for download and install for compatible iPhone, iPad and iPod touch…
Apple is known as pushing quick updates for their devices and this truth has been proved by Apple once again when they’ve released two quick updates for iPhone, iPad and all compatible iPod Touch devices.
iOS 10.1.1 and the first beta of iOS 10.2 have been pushed to public and developers within a week. iOS 10.2 beta was pushed for developer testing while iOS 10.1.1 is out for public where compatible devices can install this update.
Just about a week ago, iOS 10.1 was released that was based on security patches, software bug fixes, lock screen widgets, Camera tweaks specially for new iPhone 7 Plus and some older devices.
However iOS 10.1.1 was still missing a serious bug fix which was known as Health Data System. Actually, there were some glitch exist in health data generating system so using iOS 10.1 users were not able to get accurate health data which was really annoying.
To fix all these issues, Apple pushed another future update iOS 10.2 to developers having a look at health data fix. So, both the software updates are in a corner of your device update section which can be easily download and install. It depends on your Apple ID account that you’ve registered as developer or just public user.
If you’re developer. you’d get iOS 10.2 beta update on your iPhone update section whereas other users would get iOS 10.1.1 notifications for update. These updates can be installed over the air and it’s free.
You can also look for iOS 10.1.1 download links for IPSW files to install on your iPhone and the same can be done for iOS 10.2 also. Would you install one of them?