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Apple releases iOS 17.1.1 with bug fixes for BMW Wireless Charging and Weather Widget

Apple today released iOS 17.1.1 and iPadOS 17.1.1, minor updates to the iOS 17 and iPadOS 17 operating systems that first released in September. iOS 17.1.1 and iPadOS 17.1.1 come about two weeks after Apple released iOS 17.1, an update that brought new AirDrop, StandBy and Apple Music features.

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iOS 17.1.1 and iPadOS 17.1.1 can be downloaded wirelessly to eligible iPhones and iPads by going to Settings > General > Software Update.

The iOS 17.1.1 update fixes an issue with BMW’s wireless charging and a bug with the Weather Lock Screen widget. There have also been issues with Wi-Fi connectivity and device shutdowns, but it’s unclear if anything in iOS 17.1.1 is intended to fix these. Below are Apple’s full release notes for the update.

This update provides bug fixes for your iPhone, including:

– In rare circumstances, Apple Pay and other NFC features may become unavailable on iPhone 15 models after wireless charging in certain cars
– The Weather Lock Screen widget may not display snow correctly

Apple is already testing iOS 17.2 and iPadOS 17.2, updates expected to be released in December.

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