Since the iOS 7.1 was released last month, people have been concerned about its new update, the iOS 7.1.1 release date. On Tuesday, April 23, 2014, Apple announced a minor update to its mobile operating system.
Now the iOS 7.1.1 is available for all devices that run iOS 7, including iPhone 5S, iPhone 5C, iPhone 5, iPhone 4S, iPhone 4, iPad Air, iPad mini 2, iPad 4, iPad mini, iPad 3, iPad 2, and iPod touch 5. This update varies between 15 and 30MB in size depending on which device you are using.
People who want to update their device to this new version should watch out for data loss, since any iOS update could cause photos, messages, contacts, note and more data to be lost. You can either backup your iPhone data before iOS 7.1 update, or recover lost iPhone files after iOS 7.1 upgrade.
Since iOS 7.1.1 is a minor update of iOS 7.1, the new upgrade shares the same features with iOS 7.1, such as the CarPlay integration, Siri improvements, iTunes radio updates, taking HDR photos, an option to turn off parallax in wallpapers, and button shape control. Since we have dedicated an article about the iOS 7.1 features, you can click it to see more details.
At the same time, this iOS 7.1.1 update contains. Here are the new changes of this iOS 7.1.1 update.
It seems that Apple has made great efforts in security updates. An overview of the changes and bug fixes in iOS 7.1.1 is listed on Apple's support website, together with a link to Apple's support page detailing the security content of the update: http://support.apple.com/kb/HT1222.