iOS 7.1.1 Update brings Touch ID Improvements along with Bug Fixes
Good news for the users of iPod Touch, iPhone, and iPad, Apple has announced the latest update for its listed devices and this new iOS 7.1.1 update focusses entirely on the fixes for the issues which had remained with the existing iOS and it is still surprising that many issues stayed there with the major release of their mobile operating system, iOS 7. This was released last year in October and because of some bugs, the iOS 7.1 came to its rescue but still many issues remained as they were.
The latest update is now here to fully tackle with all the problems which the devices might have been facing due to previous errors which failed to leave. The Touch ID recognition on the iPhone 5s will be improved further and an existing bug will also be fixed which will enhance the keyboard responsiveness. Issues while using Bluetooth keyboards with VoiceOver enabled will also be taken care of. The update is already available for all the Apple devices which run the iOS 7 and varies between 15 and 30MB in size depending on which device you are using.
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