What’s New in iOS 8.1.1 Update Offered to Devs for Testing?
When Apple launched its iOS 8 this fall users who had the earliest iDevice model supported by this firmware complained about bad performance. If you have iPad 2 or iPhone 4S you might have experienced different issues and bugs that weren’t faced by people who have the later versions of the Cupertino-based giant’s gadgets. Are there any new iOS 8.1.1 features that can fix the problem?
Will iOS 8.1.1 performance improve in the new version that is currently offered to devs for testing but will definitely get a public launch soon. You can download iOS 8.1.1 beta without developer account for testing.
What’s New in iOS 8.1.1
If you compare the two firmwares iOS 8.1 and 8.1.1 and how they perform on the iPhone 4S or iPad 2 you will see the difference.
You can watch the full video comparison and see that the new firmware bate promises double speed to iPhone 4S owners, better app performance and faster upload:
The tests performed by the users promise a nice iOS 8.1.1 update. If you have bugs and problems right now, the update should solve them.
However, if you are jailbroken and wish to keep the jailbreak there is no need to hurry and install iOS 8.1.1 once it is released. According to the news, the jailbreak exploits are killed by Apple in this next firmware version, at least, this is what the first beta shows.