Apple has launched an replace to the lately stated issues with the 3G connection on iOS 6.1 should remedy. The replace used to be first launched for the iPhone 4S, after the discharge of iOS 6.1 with issues.

Apple explicitly states that the replace will have to resolve issues with 3G. It’s uncertain whether or not the replace downside with Alternate ActiveSync troubleshooting. By the way, after the replace to the newest model but of the cell OS additionally mentioned different issues, akin to diminished battery existence.

Reliable record of modifications in iOS 6.1.1 construct 10B145:

“This replace resolves a malicious program that might have an effect on the efficiency and reliability of the edition in mobile networks.

Extra details about this safety replace, see the online web page “.

Firmware iOS 6.1.1 beta for iPhone, iPod contact and iPad, launched closing week, contains modifications within the mapping utility for Apple customers in Japan. Specifically, the brought 3D-picture for the constructing Tokyo Station, Japan Imperial Palace and Tokyo Tower and superior operate of voice navigation. Early unencumber of an replace for the smartphone iPhone 4S is the wish to resolve the issues.

In line with a tweet hacker Planetbeing, firmware can also be compromised by way of jailbreak application Evasi0n. Now hackers are making ready a brand new model of the appliance that’s suitable with iOS 6.1.1.

The replace over the air provided to customers with an iPhone 4S. The replace is round 23MB in dimension. The issues with 3G connections after updating to iOS 6.1 happened particularly within the iPhone 4S.  

It’s doubtful whether or not and when the computer virus repair for different iOS units shall be launched. Apple launched iOS 6.1 a couple of weeks in the past from for one of the crucial iPhone 5, iPhone four, iPad 2,three and four, the iPad mini and the 2 most contemporary iPod contact fashions.

Obtain iOS 6.1.1 10B145 for iPhone 4S [download page]

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