Apple has actually simply released iOS 8.1.1 download links, which are now prepared to be set up by iPhone, iPad as well as iPod touch users in ownership of the current devices qualified of running the current software program.

The Cupertino company has actually continuouslied produce updates to its mobile firmware these past few months, and with iOS 8.1 having actually recently introduced Apple Pay among several various other key attributes, iOS 8.1.1 appears a much less feature-rich bump. Still, possibly most notably for jailbreakers, it plugs the Pangu8 jailbreak, therefore while it’s most likely Apple will be signing the previous iOS 8.1 for a quite short while, anyone upgrading to iOS 8.1.1 will certainly not manage to profit of the numerous Cydia tweaks that have actually been launched as well as or upgraded given that Pangu showed up last month.

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iOS 8.1.1 is packed to the gills with bug fixes as well as basic efficiency improvements. Like any type of new item of software, iOS 8.x has actually been affected by its fair share of teething issues, as well as while the messed up iOS 8.0.1 upgrade did not help matters whatsoever, it does seem that much job has been done to make certain that the latest installment is without a doubt the smoothest to this day.

If you have no reservations regarding anything as well as wish to update as soon as possible then you can take the on-device, over-the-air path by shooting up the Settings app as well as browsing to General > > Software program Update, or you can take the more traditional path that entails linkeding your device around your PC or Mac as well as updating using iTunes.

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If you have the time as well as the methods, however, we ‘d consistently propose upgrading with iTunes.

iOS 8.1.1 Download Links here.

Again, like we pointed out earlier, iOS 8.1.1 blocks Pangu jailbreak. DO NOT update to 8.1.1 if you wish to keep the jailbreak.

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