Saturday, April 19, 2014

iOS 7.1.1 Update to Fix Bugs on iOS 7 Devices

The next iOS 7.1.1 update should be coming soon as Apple looks to be preparing to release this minor upgrade version of its mobile operating system for iPhone and other iDevices. The software is expected to present numerous iOS 7 bugfixes for all customers who experience problems on their gadgets.

The new iOS 7.1.1 download is not available yet. Still experts and analysts note that Apple employees visit sites from iOS 7.1.1 gadgets in the Cupertino-based HQ. Past flashes of similar visits always resulted in the update launch.


As rumors say the iOS 7 bug fix release should be available in OTA update in the near future. In other words, users can be optimistic as such problems as Find My iPhone distant disabling, unexpected restores and iCloud removal should be gone after the iDevice maker introduces its upgrade. Right now people who leave their iOS 7.1 smartphone or tablet without a locked screen might end up losing it because it is possible to turn Find My iPhone and delete your iCloud account connection without ID and password.

The OTA update might be a good news to users who have installed the latest firmware version. As for the jailbreaking community, hackers advise to stay away from 7.1 and 7.1.1 update if you wish to be jailbroken. These two versions are currently non-jailbreakable in public.


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