iOS 8.1.1 Update Available to iDevice Owners with Bug Fixes

Apple has launched another mobile firmware update. While most users didn’t expect to see iOS 8.1.1 release date so soon, the Cupertino-based company decided to rush the updates this year and now offers iOS 8.1.1 update to iPod touch 5G, iPad 2+ and iPhone 4S+ users. In other words, if you have iPad 2 and up version of Apple’s tablet device, iPhone 4S, 5, 5S, 5c, 6 or 6 Plus you are welcome to download iOS 8.1.1.

The new release is available under the build name 12B435. Developers saw this version a couple of weeks ago when Apple first seeded the new beta for testing. The company released the iOS 8.1.1 update that has numerous enhancements and fixes to bugs found in previous versions. For example, it promises stability to iPhone 4S and iPad 2 devices. It also solves some previous problems and it reportedly kills the iOS 8 jailbreak vulnerability used in Pangu tool.

You can upgrade to the new firmware only if you don’t like to be jailbroken. Pangu jailbreak iOS 8 – 8.1 program doesn’t work on the current iOS 8.1.1 so hackers warn all users to avoid updating if they wish to keep the jailbreak possibility available.

Users who are going to install iOS 8.1.1 can easily do so via OTA update or using direct firmware file links. The new firmware is 64.7 MB [for iPhone 6 Plus users] so keep this in mind before you start upgrading.

Here are the direct links where you can download iOS 8.1.1 for your iPhone or other iDevice.

iPhone users can upgrade to the new firmware 8.1.1 through these links:

If you have one of Apple’s iPad gadgets that are supported by iOS 8.1.1, you should get the upgrade from here:

iPod touch 5G users can update from here: iPod touch 5 gen.