The team out of Cupertino are seeding the latest iOS 8.1.1 so that users can download the IPSW files directly to their devices. The newfangled firmware comes with the build number of 12B435 and all the links are directly below. All you must do is pick which file corresponds with your device. The new iteration of Apple’s software comes with bug fixes, stability and performance improvements making it better than the last version for the iPhone 4S and iPad 2. The aforementioned build comes weeks after the original Beta testing stage.

Because the earlier iOS 8.1 software update features including Apple pay support, iCloud photo library, new photo features, messaging enhancements, better WiFi performance, bug fixes for Bluetooth and screen rotation, AirDrop support, accessibility improvements and more we patched in the previous update, the new firmware only arrives with minor changes. .

iPhone 6 Plus

You should know that a great deal of Apple users jailbreak their devices. If you have the system internals unlocked away from the default factory restrictions, it’s important you don’t install the latest iOS 8.1.1 since it patches the Pangu jailbreak. Therefore, if you do install the file the Pangu jailbreak no longer works. You will have to downgrade and jailbreak again, or wait for Pangu to update their version. According to the team, Pangu are confident they can always unchain the OS again. We’ll have to wait and see for the official results.

The fruit company do a great job of rolling the OTA signals out fast. That means you will find the over the air update available from the update section of your Apple device soon if not already. Countless users prefer installing the upgrade automatically. Only use these files if you want to install it manually.

It’s a great idea to back up the smartphone, tablet or iPod using iCloud before starting the installation.