Apple releases iOS 15.1.1 with cellular network bug fixes for iPhone 12 and iPhone 13

Today, November 17, Apple officially released iOS 15.1.1. Anyone can install it. Let me remind you that yesterday in Cupertino introduced iOS 15.2 beta 3 for participants in the beta testing program and everyone who has a beta profile. There are a lot of innovations in iOS 15.2. iOS 15.1.1 is presented as a minor update containing only some amendments.

Apple has released another iOS 15.1.1 update with some bug fixes.

What’s new in iOS 15.1

In iOS 15.1, the changes came out decently. All of them, in my opinion, greatly facilitate life. Still, iOS 15 came out not in the best condition, let’s be honest. Until now, some of the chips are not here, although they were announced back in the summer.

Here all innovations in iOS 15.1:

  • The ability to share video and audio content over FaceTime using SharePlay.
  • Vaccination QR codes Wallet app.
  • The ability to add the results of PCR tests to the standard Health application.
  • Lossless audio in HomePod.
  • Switching Macro Mode in Camera on iPhone 13.
  • New ProRes format.

SharePlay lets you share, pause, pause, queue, and share almost any FaceTime content.

In the description of the update, Apple states that in the new version of its operating system reduced chance of disconnection during calls on iPhone 12 and 13… In previous articles, we have already told you about this problem of new devices.

Fixes cellular outage issue on iPhone 12 and iPhone 13.

The bottom line is that iPhones regularly experienced problems with cellular communications, and their owners were left without the Internet, the ability to make a call and send SMS. Some users complained that communication was lost at high speed due to delays in switching between stations, others even noted that the iPhone showed the network very well, but in fact neither messages nor calls simply did not reach their addressees. Moreover, in comparison with iPhone 12 and iPhone 11, the second one catches the network much better.

IOS 15 issues

Even with many bug fixes, iOS 15 is full of other issues. In particular, some users (including me from the iPhone 11) have complained about overheating of their devices. What is observant – the phone heats up in a locked state. Judging by the comments of users, the problem has affected the owners of older generations.

Many also complained that iPhone screens were not responsive to touch. The author of Ivan Gerasimov said that he faced the problem personally:

How to install an update on an iPhone

Unlike beta testing, everyone can update to iOS 15.1.1 in quick succession. It doesn’t take much for this:

  • Unlock your iPhone, go to Settings.
  • Further in the Basic section.
  • Then Software Update.
  • Tap on the Download and Install button.
  • Wait for the download.
  • Ready.

IOS 15.1.1 update.

I still remind you to back up your device. Remember that any (even official) update may cause some problems. Yes, the service center will fix your phone, but no one can restore the data stored on the device. If you are faced with freezing on an apple or something similar, we have a dedicated article on this subject.

Write about your problems in iOS 15.1.1 in the comments or in our Telegram chat, together we will definitely find a way out of this situation.

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