iOS 5.1.1 is out, takes care of bugs

iOS 5.1.1 is out, takes care of bugs
Apple released iOS 5.1.1 today - a minor update that addresses a number of bugs in the platform and brings several improvements to its features. To start, network switching bugs with the new iPad have been squashed, as well as a bug that interfered with AirPlay video playback under certain conditions. Also, a glitch affecting HDR photos when using the lock screen shortcut has been fixed. Further changes mentioned in the log include the removal of a bug that prevents Safari from syncing bookmarks, and a glitch that might occur when purchasing software from the App Store.

And this is pretty much all that iOS 5.1.1 will bring to your iPhone or iPad. Nothing groundbreaking, we know, but having the latest software installed on your smartphone or tablet is always a good thing. The iOS 5.1.1 is a bit over 50 megabytes in size, so it should not take too long to download and install.


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