Apple has released iOS 11.0.1 update for the iPhone, iPad and iPod touch on September 26th, 2017. This update came one week later the release of iOS 11. After the iOS 11 release, many bugs were reported regarding battery life, WiFi, Bluetooth and sending emails using Microsoft Outlook, Office 365 or Exchange Server 2016 running on Windows Server 2016. The iOS 11.0.1 update contains bug fixes and security improvements for iOS 11. The release notes of iOS 11.0.1 simply state that the update “includes bug fixes and improvements for your iPhone or iPad”. The iOS 11.0.1 is released directly without any beta versions of it.
If you are trying to update your current iOS to iOS 11, and couldn’t get the update then the problem might be because
- Your iOs 11.0.1 isn’t compatible with your device. iOS 11 is compatible with the iPhone 5s and newer versions, from iPad 2 onwards, the iPad Air and newer, all the iPad Pros and with the sixth-generation iPod touch.
- If your device is already installed with the beta version of iOS 11. If this is the case then follow the below instructions to get the iOS 11.0.1 update.
1. Open the settings
2. Tap on General. Scroll down and tap the Profile option.
3. In the profile section, tap the iOS Beta Software Profile.
4. Tap the Delete Profile button and enter the password if necessary.
5. Tap the Delete button to confirm deleting the profile.
6. Now, go to Software Update in Settings > General.
7. Tap the Download and Install button under iOS 11.0.1
If you don’t find the iOS 11.0.1 software update in this section then restart your iPhone or iPad and recheck for the update.
Or else download the Apple iOS 11.0.1 firmware file from IPSW and install it from iTunes. Whenever you click an Apple software link, your request will be redirected to Apple servers and they do not mirror files.
Have you upgraded your Apple device to iOS 11.0.1? What bug fixes have you noticed in the new update? Share your experience in the comments below!