In the month of September, Apple released their much awaited iOS 10 update, which offered many changes to iPad, iPhone, and iPhone touch. However, the update also resulted in issues for people who upgraded from iOS 9 version and below.
Apple has released some bug fixes to address these problems introduced by iOS 10.1.1 update. The latest is the fix for iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch, which solves the broken Health app data issue. Even small bug fix updates from Apple such as iOS 10.1.1 brings issues to the devices.
Issues in iOS 10.1.1 Update
While the iOS 10.1.1 update works fine for many of the Apple devices, others are running into many issues. Many users complain about iOS 10.1.1 installation issues and sometimes the update locks up the download. However, experts advise that if you face the issue of downloads locking up, you will need to hold down the Home button and Power button to make the phone reboot. Doing this typically fixes the issue of downloads locking up.
Issues are also reported about Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, lag of third party applications, random reboots, Apple Music, 3D Touch, Touch ID, and photo synchronizing. This is the reason why it is good to be prepared before doing the iOS 10.1.1 update, as a small preparation will go long way in preventing issues on your device.
Things to Keep in Mind
Before doing the update, keep an eye on the iOS 10 update problems, particularly when you are doing the update from an older device that has iOS version 9 or lower. It is the older devices that act up after performing software update and installations.
It will good to check the last update that is installed in your Apple device, before installing the latest iOS 10.1.1 update. This will help you know about the potential issues that may occur after installing the update and take necessary measures to prevent it or overcome it. Some of the iPhone 5 and iPhone 5s owners have reported a boost in performance after installing the software update.