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Apple continues its commitment to enhancing user experience with the recent release of iOS 17.1.1 and iPadOS 17.1.1 updates. Following the debut of iOS 17.1 in October 2023 and the subsequent beta releases of iOS 17.2, Apple is now addressing crucial bug fixes in this latest update.
While Apple typically doesn’t divulge every bug addressed, they’ve highlighted two notable fixes in the release notes. Firstly, the iOS 17.1.1 update targets an iPhone 15 charging glitch encountered by select BMW and Toyota Supra drivers. Apple acknowledges that the wireless charging systems in these vehicles can inadvertently deactivate the Near Field Communications (NFC) capabilities of the iPhone 15 range.
Furthermore, the update tackles a Weather Lock Screen widget anomaly, where snow would erroneously display as a folder icon or simply remain blank. This issue has also been effectively resolved.
It’s worth noting that a bug related to Wi-Fi connectivity, originally slated for the forthcoming iOS 17.2 release, may have been discreetly incorporated into this iOS 17.1.1 update. Apple’s proactive approach underscores its dedication to delivering seamless user experiences.