Apple releases iOS 7.1.1 with Touch ID recognition improvements and bug fixes

Daniel Bader

April 22, 2014 1:16pm

Apple released iOS 7.1.1 today, iterating on the 7.1 release from late March.

While iOS 7.1 was more about ironing out the design and performance issues from the initial release, its successor aims at fixing specific issues outstanding from that expansive update.

According to Apple’s change log, there are “Further improvements to Touch ID fingerprint recognition,” along with a bug fix for a keyboard responsiveness issue.

Other bug fixes and performance improvements are also expected in this release.

To update, head to Settings/General/Software Update on your iPhone 4, 4s, 5, 5c, 5s, iPad 2 or later and iPod touch 5th gen.

  • goowaybe

    i updated my ipad and it rebooted to bb10?

    • awhite2600

      Funny. Very funny.

    • Dimitri

      Go home your drunk.
      Stop spamming useless posts on every thread.

  • JB

    If you’re relying on paying or unlocking anything on a 10 dollar fingerprint scanner from china slapped on a phone you dont deserve to have anything……..only in this society would people rather put their faith in a cheap mass produced scanner from china over and OS with millions of R&D funding put into it…….blows the mind.

    • James Stewart


    • Thom

      Blackberries are also built in China and their OS should have stayed in 2010.