iOS 7.1.1 update now available : brings bug fixes and Touch ID improvements

By | April 23, 2014

Apple has released iOS 7.1.1 update for iPad, iPhone and iPod and iOS 7.1.1 update now available as a Over-the-air (OTA) update or can be downloaded through iTunes store. Apple has released the previous update iOS 7.1 a month before which brought Siri improvements, CarPlay support,  new features for iTunes radio, Calendar and more. The latest update iOS 7.1.1 is the small update of size 26.1 MB and mainly concentrates on performance and touch ID improvements and bug fixes for the devices running on iOS.

iOS 7.1.1 update brings touch ID improvements to the fingerprint recognition on iPhone 5S and fixes the bug that impact the keyboard responsiveness and also fix the bug with  bluetooth keyboards with voice over enabled. The new update also brings safari support for photo and camera.


Here is the official list of changes with the new update.

  • Performance and Touch ID finger print recognition improvements.
  • Bug fix that involves in Bluetooth keyboard with voice over enabled.
  • Bug fix which impact the keyboard responsiveness.

The apple devices such as iPhone 4 or higher , iPod touch 5th generation or higher and iPad 2 or higher version supports iOS 7.1.1 update. The update will be available via OTA. To download the update Go to Settings<<General<<Software Update and here your device will check for the updates automatically. if you are connected to Wi-Fi or any internet source the update will be automatically downloaded.

You can leave the download in the background and if once the update is downloaded a notification will be shown. Now tap on the details and you will be taken to Settings<<General<<Software update and now just tap on the install the update and the new update will be installed on the device.  You can also install the update through iTunes.

According to the sources, the new iOS update also included some in-App purchases for some apps in top listings and for some specific apps.

Author: Peter Jacksonn

Peter, the most experienced in The Tech Bulletin team is a professional blogger and interested in reviewing the gadgets, giving solutions for technical queries. He covers the consumer electronics section along with latest apps and games.+Peter