iOS 17.1.1 Update Ahead Of iOS 17.2

iOS 17.1.1 Update Ahead Of iOS 17.2

According to official records, an iOS 17.1.1 update is expected to be released before the iOS 17.2 update. The upcoming iOS 17.1.1 update is set to focus on critical bug fixes and likely address some security vulnerabilities. The release is anticipated for next week. Previously, iOS 17.1 was released to all devices that received iOS 17, and its official release notes from Apple included the following:


  • Content transfer continues over the internet when you go out of AirDrop range.

Low Power Mode:

  • New control options when the screen is off (iPhone 14 Pro, iPhone 14 Pro Max, iPhone 15 Pro, and iPhone 15 Pro Max).


  • Favorites expanded to include tracks, albums, and playlists in your library, with the ability to filter your favorites in your library.
  • New cover art collection offers designs that change color to reflect the music in your library.
  • Track suggestions beneath each playlist make it easier to add music that fits the vibe.

The update also includes various improvements and bug fixes:

  • An option to select a specific album to use with Photo Scramble on the locked screen.
  • Support for home keys for Matter locks.
  • Improved reliability of synchronized Screen Time settings on devices.
  • Resolves an issue that reset the Important Locations privacy setting when transferring or pairing an Apple Watch.
  • Fixes an issue where names of incoming callers during other calls would not appear.
  • Resolves an issue where custom and purchased ringtones did not appear among your options for SMS tones.
  • Fixes an issue that reduced keyboard responsiveness.
  • Traffic Accident Detection improvements (all iPhone 14 and iPhone 15 models).
  • Fixes an issue that caused a screenshot to remain fixed.

The previous iOS 17.0.3 update addressed heating issues specific to the iPhone 15 Pro and 15 Pro Max models, with Apple stating that it provides essential bug fixes, security updates, and resolves an issue that caused the iPhone to run hotter than expected. Apple’s official statement on the matter explained that the iPhone may feel warmer during the first few days after initial setup or restoring the device due to increased background activity. Additionally, a software update will address an issue affecting some iOS 17 users. There’s another issue related to certain app updates that overload the system, and Apple is working with app developers to address this matter. It’s important to note that the heating issue is not related to the titanium body.

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