Apple iOS 8.1.1: Update Not Very Popular With The Users, iPad Mini Works ...
Apple rolled back the iOS 8.1 replacing it with the iOS 8.1.1. Ever since the iOS 8.1 released in October, there were continuous talks about its problems. Apple brought in the iOS 8.1.1 update with the iPad Mini.
Unlike the iOS 7 that was a complete change from the previous edition, iOS 8 didn't bring in a lot of changes to the system operation. It did bring in some new features like Apple Pay and upgraded the camera roll in the Camera app. There were, however, numerous complaints, and Apple kept on updating and fixing the bugs with iOS 8.0.1, followed by the iOS 8.0.2. Apple then rolled out the iOS 8.1 followed by the iOS 8.1.1 to fix the bugs for the previous instalment.
There are tech reviews that suggest that the user should read up on the potential problems and errors that might crop up with an update to iOS 8.1.1. However, it is most likely that problems will not arise, but it is better to be aware of them than face them after updating the OS. Ask users before installing the iOS 8.1.1.
Before installing iOS 8.1.1, it is better to backup all your files from the iPhone or iPad. There are chances that something goes wrong during the installation process, and you end up losing all your data. The iOS 8.1.1 frees around 500MB in your iDevice, but it is better to get rid of old files and back up the important ones before upgrading to iOS 8.1.1.
iOS 8.1.1 has solved some of the major bugs in the previous edition of the iOS. If you are facing a lot of problems with iOS 8, it is better to install the updated version. We further suggest you do not update to iOS 8.1.1 if you want to jailbreak your device. The version doesn't support jailbreak, and it might become a problem for you henceforth.
The Apple iPad Mini with the iOS 8.1.1 has been doing pretty good. It has excellent speed and performance as always. With the iPad Mini being used outside the house, Apple has improved its battery life. The Bluetooth and Wi-Fi capabilities of the device are also spectacular. With the bug fixes on the iOS 8.1.1 and improvement in performance and compatibility between devices, the iPad Mini can be the perfect device for you when you miss your Mac outdoors.
iOS 8.1.1 might be a minor update, but it can improve the performance of your iPhone and iPad significantly. It is better to think and read about the changes that might take place in your iDevice, post an update and then go ahead.
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