Monday, May 7, 2012

Apple's iOS 5.1.1 update for iPad, iPod touch and iPhone: fixes AirPlay and network bugs....and Jailbroken already

Have you inserted your iDevice into iTunes yet? Well now you should, because there is a update out now, that aims to fix a few issues.


Apple has just let loose iOS 5.1.1, a seemingly minor point update that actually promises to fix quite a few substantial quirks. Coming two months to the day after the iOS 5.1 software update, the extra 0.0.1 is said to improve reliability of the HDR option for photos taken using the Lock Screen shortcut, address bugs that could prevent the new iPad from switching between 2G and 3G networks and solve a few issues that were affecting AirPlay video playback "in some circumstances." There's also improved reliability for syncing Safari bookmarks and Reading List, and Apple has purportedly fixed an issue where 'Unable to purchase' alert could be displayed after successful purchase.


So let me know in the comments on how the update went...that is if you have an iDevice.


And also, it has already been jailbroken. Remember though, if you jailbreak, you most likely void your warranty, and all of it is on you.


Below is a small release log:



iOS 5.1.1
This update contains improvements and bug fixes, including:
• Improves reliability of using HDR option for photos taken using the Lock Screen shortcut
• Addresses bugs that could prevent the new iPad from switching between 2G and 3G networks
• Fixes bugs that affected AirPlay video playback in some circumstances
• Improved reliability for syncing Safari bookmarks and Reading List
• Fixes an issue where 'Unable to purchase' alert could be displayed after successful purchase
For information on the security content of this update, please visit this website:
http://support.apple.com/kb/HT1222

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