Apple appears to be internally testing the iOS 17.1.1 update for the iPhone, based on software evidence in our website’s analytics reports this week.

iOS 17.1.1 will almost certainly focus on bug fixes, but it’s unclear exactly which issues the update will address. The update could include the same fixes for Wi-Fi connectivity issues that Apple introduced in the first iOS 17.2 beta, and could fix an issue where some iPhones temporarily shut down overnight for users still experiencing it. . Apple has also promised to fix the BMW wireless charging issue affecting the iPhone 15 series in an update later this year, but it remains to be seen whether this fix will be included in iOS 17.1.1.

It’s still unclear when iOS 17.1.1 will be released to the public, but our best guess is that the update will be available within the next week or two.

iOS 17.2 is still in beta testing and is expected to be released in December, so iOS 17.1.1 will be an interim update. iOS 17.2 includes many new features and changes, including the promised Journal app, the ability for Apple Music subscribers to collaborate on playlists, the Translate option for the Action button on iPhone 15 Pro models, the iMessage Contact Key Verification security option, water and Additional weather and clock widgets and more.

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