Why you should upgrade from iOS 9.3.5 to iOS 10.1.1 (Update Apple iOS Firmware)
Note: Apple (AAPL) iOS 9.3.5 was supposed to be the final release for iOS 9 before the big launch of iOS 10.1.1 now, but out of nowhere iOS 9.3.5 has appeared with zero public beta testing. So should you install it? Let’s take a look…
What Is iOS 9.3.5?
As with all iOS 9.x releases, iOS 9.3.5 is designed for the iPhone 4S or later, iPad 2 or later, iPad mini or later, iPad Pro range and the 5th generation iPod touch or later. Users are automatically prompted to upgrade, but if you don’t yet have a notification you can manually trigger it by going to Settings > General > Software Update
As always, the size of iOS updates differ significantly depending on your device. In the case of iOS 9.3.5 it is typically weighing in at 20MB to 50MB.
Apple iOS 10.1.1 Is Now Available and Update your Version >> READ MORE HERE
Apple has released iOS 10.1.1 to the general public today. The iOS 10.1.1 update comes one week after iOS 10.1 was released. The reason why Apple quickly issued this software update is because it fixes a bug that Forbes contributor Gordon Kelly reported exclusively last week. Apple declined to reply to requests to acknowledge the bug until now. You can install iOS 10.1.1 by connecting your device to iTunes or downloading it by going to Settings > General > Software Update. The iOS 10.1.1 update is available for the following devices: iPhone 5 and later, iPad 4th generation and later and iPod touch 6th generation and later. The software update is relatively small at under 70MB, which indicates that it is a minor update with a few bug fixes. There weren’t any betas of iOS 10.1.1 either.