iOS 11.1 Changes, Release Notes And All Other Logs For Your iPhone Or iPod

Here are iOS 11.1 changes, release notes and other changelogs detailing all new features for your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch device.

After several developers and beta seeds, Apple has officially released iOS 11.1 final version for the public consumption. Users from all over the world are currently able to download and install iOS 11.1 OTA update or IPSW links via iTunes onto their compatible iPhone, iPad or iPod touch devices.

The new release of iOS 11 version also means that we can take full advantage of the latest and look at official release notes released alongside iOS 11.1 to gain a better insight into exactly what has changed with the release.

As far as changes go, iOS 11.1 features hundreds of new and redesigned emoji characters. It brings back the 3D Touch App Switcher multitasking gesture and of course, the ability to invoke Notification Center/Cover Sheet from Reachability mode, among other tweaks here and there.

In addition to those aforementioned, iOS 11.1 download and installation bring with it usual bug fixes and under-the-hood improvements and performance enhancements. iOS 11.1 release is also important in many cases as security and peace of mind perspective for consumers.

In fact, you will be delighted to know that Apple patched the widely discussed KRACK WPA2 WiFi vulnerability that has been getting many device owners hot under the collar recently with this latest iOS 11.1 release.

This fix tells us that how Apple puts customer security and protection of privacy and data at the very top of its corporate responsibilities list. Which is exactly how it should be at its best.

The full and complete official iOS 11.1 release notes or changelog from Apple shows you what it brings.

As security content of iOS 11.1 is concerned, you can check out the details on it here:

Those individuals still running on iOS 11.0.x, we are recommended getting on to iOS 11.1 as soon as possible. It’s worth updating your device over 11.0.x for the KRACK WPA2 WiFi fix alone.

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