A couple of days ago, Apple released iOS 11.0.1 to the public to fix a few bugs and address some issues with the software for the iPhone and iPad. This update was released a week after Apple released iOS 11 to the public.

According to Ars Technica, the update mainly addresses issues with the Exchange e-mail server bug that prevented many users from sending out emails via Outlook, Office 360 and Exchange Server email accounts. There are also performance improvements for iMessages App Explorer and Springboard, while bugs have been addressed in apps such as CarPlay, and Camera and Photos now work better on older model devices.

If you’re ready to upgrade to iOS 11.0.1, you can do so over-the-air by tapping Settings > General > Software Update.

iOS 11 features a smarter Siri, a revamped App Store, a Do Not disturb While Driving peer-to-peer payments via iMessages, and an ARKit tool for developers to create Augmented reality apps.


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