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Tuesday, 1 November 2016

Apple releases iOS 10.1.1 with corrections in implementing health

Starting today, iOS 10.1.1 is now available for download via software upgrade or connect an iOS device to a Mac or PC via iTunes. Lack of beta versions before the release of today, suggests that there are not many changes beyond the solution for health app.

This update addresses an issue that could prevent some users see the data in the application solves health.

The update comes just a week after Apple released iOS 10.1, including the new portrait mode that uses the qualities of dual camera system on iPhone 7 Plus.

This update also adds transit directions and apple pay for users in Japan.

Since the new version of the operating system for mobile devices was released in September, it has been installed iOS 10 in 60 percent of the active compounds, according to data provided by Apple. Another 32 percent remain in iOS 9 (percentage share surely understood by users with jailbroken iOS 9), while 8 percent of users are running iOS 8 or above.

Version 10 operating system for mobile devices, has introduced a host of new features including a redesigned lock screen, an SDK dedicated to Sir i that allow developers to integrate their applications with the assistant intelligent voice, and more.

Also, worth mentioning that the messages application has been completely refurbished and now includes stickers, an App Store dedicated, effects of bubbles and more.

Other features highlighted in iOS 10 are a complete redesigned the app maps and music, which significantly improve the user experience.

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