Apple will discharge iOS 12.1.1 today, likely near to about 10:00 a.m. Pacific Time of course, with a few new highlights and issues fixes, including eSIM bolster for extra bearers on the most recent iPhones, Live Photos bolster in FaceTime, Tactual Touch for warnings on iPhone XR, a Face ID bug fix, and that’s only the tip of the iceberg.
iOS 12.1.1 discharge notes:
iOS 12.1.1 includes and settles loop on the iPhone and iPad. Highlights and upgrades include:
– Notification review utilizing tactual touch on iPhone XR.
– Two SIM with eSIM for extra transporters on iPhone XR, iPhone XS, and iPhone XS Max.
– One tap to flip between the back and forward looking camera amid a FaceTime call.
– Live Photo catch amid coordinated FaceTime calls.
– The alternative to conceal the sidebar in News on iPad in scene introduction.
– Real-time content (RTT) when utilizing Wi-Fi approaching iPad and iPod contact.
– Stability upgrades for transcription alongside VoiceOver.
Issues fixes include:
– Fixes an issue where Face ID may incidentally wind up inaccessible.
– Addresses an issue that kept visual voice message from downloading for a few clients.
– Fixes an issue in Messages that could forestall prescient content proposals when composing on the Chinese or Japanese consoles.
– Addresses an issue that could keep Voice Memos accounts from transferring to iCloud.
– Fixes an issue where time zones might not have refreshed naturally.
This discharge additionally includes and settles bugs for HomePod including:
– Support in Mainland China and Hong Kong.
– HomePod LEDs light up amid Group FaceTime calls.
iOS 12.1.1 will be the base required iOS rendition for review ECG-related information in the Health application on iPhone from the ECG application on the Apple Watch Series 4, however we’ll need to look out for the arrival of watchOS 5.1.2 for that.
Source: Mac Rumours and The Indian Express