While we’re going to be the first to admit we didn’t hear many iPhone, iPad or iPod users complain of an “issue where Health data could not be viewed” once their operating systems were brought up to build number 10.1 last week, such a problem must have existed, and it must have been serious if Apple dedicated an entire update to its fix.
Well, technically, the so-called changelog of the iOS 10.1.1 makeover alludes to bugs (plural) being ironed out, but aside from the aforementioned, nothing specific is pointed out. Since the maintenance release tips the scales at under 50MB, it’s possible little else is revised, though we’re still glad to see Cupertino’s software devs and engineers fully committed to removing every single kink and flaw.
Remember, iOS 10 was initially launched to the public on September 13, with a minor but important 10.0.2 update rolling out just ten days later. 10.0.3 saw daylight on October 17 exclusively for iPhone 7 and 7 Plus models, while 10.1 was dispatched to the iMasses on October 24. Now, after a measly seven days, at least one more bug is quashed. Still, adoption rates are far from stellar by the platform’s sky-high standards.
Source: Apple Insider