iOS 6.1.1 Coming Soon! Will Improve 3G Performance And Fix Other Issues

Posted on Feb 11 2013 - 8:19pm by Muhammad Umer

The new iOS 6.1 that many expected received several mixed reviews. In fact, many argue that the battery life is dramatically declined, others complain about problems connecting to the 3G network and beyond. It seems that with the new iOS 6.1.1 Apple will try to solve many of these problems.

Following numerous reports, some of the largest mobile operators in Europe, have started to issue warnings in order to induce the user to not update your device to the latest firmware available. All this is because of a problem with the 3G performance in iOS 6.1, which should be fixed by Apple.

But it seems that the problems are not limited only to the 3G network, since many users in Apple support forums complaining about several problems regarding the battery life is significantly worsened. Last but not least, support for Microsoft Exchange has recorded a number of errors, so that AOL was forced to temporarily disable the service to manage the meeting directly from iDevice.

Today, through a report issued by the German site iFun, we inform you that European operators such as Vodafone and 3 have completed the first beta testing of the iOS 6.1.1, and fortunately have verified the correction of these problems. The update is expected to be released in a short time, and for those who want to update it over-the-air, the weight should be around 23 MB.

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