Apple Released the Firmware iOS 5.1.1

Apple Released the Firmware iOS 5.1.1

Exactly two months after the release of iOS 5.1, Apple released iOS 5.1.1, correcting errors found in previous versions. Immediately after the update, the hacker MuscleNerd warned lovers of jailbreak devices with iPhone 4S/iPad 2/iPad 3 shouldnot rush to upgrade, but for everyone else at the moment RedSn0w 0.9.10b8b can do tethered jailbreak for iOS 5.1.1.

As described in the accompanying documentation for the upgrade, this “patch” includes bug fixes and improvements.

iOS 5.1.1 includes the following:

  • Increased reliability of the parameter for HDR photos taken with the icon shortcuts.
  • Correction of errors that might prevent your new iPad between 2G and 3G.
  • Correction of errors under certain circumstances affects the video playback using the AirPlay.
  • Improved reliability of sync Safari bookmarks and reading list.
  • Correction of errors that could lead to a warning message “Unable to buy”, despite a successful purchase.

For more information about the security of this update can, one can get this on the official website by clicking the link.

This update can be installed on their devices after they connect to iTunes via a USB cable or in the main menu of your device by pressing the “Update”, and in the relevant subject, you can direct link to download firmware.

Update:

Firmware downgrade from iOS 5.1.1 to iOS 5.0.1 might be possible according to MuscleNerd.


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