Just a full week after Apple has officially rolled out the latest operating system software update, iOS 11, the company releases an incremental update today. Apple’s new iOS 11.0.1 software update should fix bugs and issues on iPhone, iPad and iPod touch and bring in performance enhancements. Shockingly, the Cupertino-headquartered firm released the iOS 11.0.1 software update without any prior beta testing. The incremental update was not released to Developers and Public Beta to test it. Here is what we all know about Apple’s iOS 11.0.1.
The fresh update refers to the bugs and issues, and address fixes while providing minor security improvements for all the iPhones, iPads, iPod Touches running iOS 11. The iOS 11 Golden Master release offered a huge number of new functionalities like Screen Recording, updated Control Center, Do Not Disturb While Driving Mode, the native Files app, document scanning inside the Notes app, new sets of Live Photos editing toots, new multitasking functionalities exclusively for the iPad tablets, Apple Pay integration in the Message app and new and improve version of Siri.
Compared to the massive changes in the iOS 11, the latest iOS 11.0.1 software update release isn’t included with anything noticeably major features, except the more than essentially required bug and security fixes.
In the initial release of the iOS 11, a number of users, including me, noticed that they couldn’t fully disable the Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity functionality when attempting to deactivate them from the Control Center. And when going to the Settings app, you’ll notice that it’s still turned-on in the app. With all that being said, turning off the Bluetooth and WiFi in the Control Center will only disconnect them.
Moreover, users were disturbed with the Battery draining quickly as compared to the iOS 10. The Cupertino firm also have admitted that occasionally there is an error message that prompts “Cannot Send Mail. The message was declined by the server.” This issue basically materialize should your email is integrating from the Microsoft’s email services that runs on Windows Server 2016.
One developer have unearthed that the Camera and Photos app have also been fixed, as well as improvements for the iMessage App Explorer and Springboard:
iOS 11.0.1 mostly focus on Camera and Photos app. There’s also some improvements for iMessage App Explorer and Springboard too. pic.twitter.com/pJkzmnKnLY
— Filipe Espósito (@filipekids) September 26, 2017
The iOS 11.0.1 software update release notes donesn’t come with detailed information regarding the changes. The text document only reads that the following update “includes bug fixes and improvements for your iPhone or iPad.”
Now, we can hope that the iOS 11.0.1 update will fix the unacceptable battery juice draining, WiFi and Bluetooth dilemmas and email syncing issues as well.
Have you installed the latest iOS 11.0.1 yet? Have you noticed any significant improvement or enhancement compared to the original release? Please share your thoughts with us in the comment section.