Even though the rumors of iOS 7.1.1 were scarce, we did know that the company was already testing it in Apple’s campus recently. We’re just a few months away from the possible launch of iOS 8 to the public, but many of those that were running iOS 7 still considered it unfinished. Plagued with many bugs, or app compatibility, Apple had to do something to make its customers happy, and it just did.
The company has just launched iOS 7.1.1 to the public, and this update focuses mainly on ironing it some issues with its mobile operating system. The bug fixes include improvements to Touch ID, for those of you using an iPhone 5s. Other fixes include the fact that it’ll have better responsiveness on the keyboard, and it’ll also interact better with Bluetooth keyboards as well. The update is available for the iPad 2 and further, the iPhone 4 and further, or the fifth-generation iPod Touch.
Sadly this update doesn’t provide any hints to what to expect with iOS 8. We should expect more information on that at WWDC 2014.