iOS 17.1.1 Arrives This Week to Eradicate iPhone Bugs and Enhance User Experience

Apple rolled out the iOS 17.1 update publicly a few weeks ago, along with some new features for AirDrop, Apple Music, and more. In contrast, Apple is now busy in the preparation of bringing iOS 17.1.1 with some bug fixes as well as performance improvements to enhance the user experience, and it seems that it’s likely to be rolled out for the iPhone this week.

According to an anonymous Twitter report, which shared all the details about the forthcoming iOS software updates, saying that iOS 17.1.1 will be arriving with the 21B91 build number. This anonymous account generally posts potentially accurate information regarding updates ahead of their official release, so it can be expected that iOS 17.1.1 will be released sooner or later this week.

Meanwhile, last week, MacRumours first reported that Apple has been internally testing iOS 17.1.1, certain that the update will focus primarily on bug fixes as well as security patches.

However, there is no such information about exactly what kind of bugs will be resolved in iOS 17.1.1. The update may include the same fix for Wi-Fi connectivity issues that Apple introduced in the iOS 17.2 beta, and it may resolve a very weird issue where some iPhones would temporarily shut down overnight for those users who are still experiencing it. Apple also promised that it will fix the BMW wireless charging issue, which has been affecting the iPhone 15 series, with an unspecified update coming later this year.

Furthermore, it’s expected that Apple might roll out an iOS 17.2 update somewhere in December, which is currently in its beta testing phase. This update brings a number of new features and tweaks, including Apple’s most-awaited Journal app, the addition of the Translate option for the Action Button exclusively for iPhone 15 Pro models, the capability to collaborate on playlists for Apple Music subscribers, a new Contact Key Verification feature for iMessage, and more.

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Alongside iOS 17.1.1, Apple is also preparing to roll out the watchOS 10.1.1 update very soon in order to configure the complaints coming out for an excessive Apple Watch battery drain. However, if the brand is not yet ready to roll out the watchOS 10.1.1, then most likely it will release the watchOS 10.2 update, which is already running in its beta testing phase.

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