Apple is almost ready to release iOS 17.1.1 for iPhone. Based on evidence of the software in our website’s analytics logs this week, Apple appears to be internally testing an iOS 17.1.1 version for the iPhone.
Apple is almost ready to release iOS 17.1.1 for iPhone
iOS 17.1.1 will almost probably focus on bug fixes, but it’s unclear which issues will be addressed. The update could feature the same remedy for Wi-Fi connectivity issues that Apple gave out in the first iOS 17.2 beta, as well as a fix for an issue that causes some iPhones to shut down overnight for those who are still experiencing it.
Apple also promised to address a BMW wireless charging issue impacting the iPhone 15 range in a subsequent release this year, although it is unclear whether the fix would be included in iOS 17.1.1.
It’s unidentified when iOS 17.1.1 will be accessible to the public, but our best bet is that it’ll be within the next week or two.
Because iOS 17.2 is still in beta testing and is slated to be published in December, iOS 17.1.1 will serve as a temporary upgrade. The promised Journal app, the ability for Apple Music subscribers to collaborate on playlists, a Translate option for the Action button on iPhone 15 Pro models, an iMessage Contact Key Verification security option, additional Weather and Clock widgets, and more are all included in iOS 17.2.