Apple has launched its new iOS 7.1.2 update for all iDevice models. The firmware is available under the build name 11D257 and it supports iPhone 4 / 4S / 5S / 5c / 5, iPod touch 5G, iPad mini, iPad Air and iPad 2 / 3 / 4.
Mobile operators got the seed of this release about a week ago and now everything is able to download iOS 7.1.1 and install it on their smartphones and tablets. You can grab the latest iOS 7.1.2 release via OTA-upgrade or using the direct links we’ll share below.
How to Install 7.1.2 on iPad / iPhone
You can update via iTunes by launching this program and searching for the most recent version of Apple mobile firmware or download the file from the links below and install it on your gadget.
The update fixes previous problems, corrects some errors and promises better stability.
iOS 7.1.2 Download Links
You can also get the firmware yourself by selecting your iDevice model and version. This is simple, fast and easy-to-complete.
If you have the latest iPhone 5S you can get the update for GSM version and CDMA model.
If you have the colorful 5c device, download the new firmware for GSM or CDMA depending on what you own.
iPhone 5 owners have also to choose between GSM and CDMA version.
There is only one file for iPhone 4S users and there are three version for iPhone 4: GSM 3,2, GSM 3,1 and CDMA 3,3.
If you own the iPod touch 5 gen you are good to go.
The biggest amount of version is for iPad models.
iPad 2 users have to select their model from here: Wi-Fi 2,4, Wi-Fi 2,1, Wi-Fi + Cellular GSM and Wi-Fi + Cellular CDMA.
iPad 3 owners should look here: Wi-Fi 3,1, Wi-Fi + Cellular GSM, Wi-Fi + Cellular CDMA and iPad 3.4 Wi-Fi.
iPad 4 users have to choose between CDMA and GSM.
There are two releases of 7.1.2 for iPad Air: 5 gen Wi-Fi + Cellular and 5th gen Wi-Fi.
iPad Mini owners download the firmware from here: CDMA, GSM and Wi-Fi.
iPad Mini 2 users need to select between Wi-Fi + Cellular and Wi-Fi.
P.S. Some users complain about problems while trying to install 7.1.2 on their iDevice.