Apple seems to be working very hard on improving its last major iOS update. Just after a week of releasing iOS 10.1, the Cupertino giant has now pushed another update (though a minor one), the iOS 10.1.1 to iPhone and iPad users.
The minor update addresses several bugs with a primary focus on resolving an issue with the Health app.
Resolves the Health app bug
As noted, some users reported that the Health app was not showing any data on their iPhones even after setting up the profile. Apple was quick to respond and came up with a solution in the form of iOS 10.1.1 to fix the issue.
Also fixes several other bugs
Besides resolving the Health app problem, the iOS 10.1.1 also fixes several other bugs, however there's no detailed information about them on the software update page.
Available for following Apple devices
iOS 10.1.1 will be available for iPhone 5 and later devices, iPad 4th generation and later devices, and iPod touch 6th generation and later devices.
How to Download and Install
Go to Settings > General > Software Update to download and install the new update on your Apple device.
You can also update your Apple device via iTunes. Connect your iOS device to your PC or Mac. Open iTunes > select your device's icon on the top bar > click the Summary tab > click Check for update.
Post this, click Download and update. You need to make sure that your iPhone is at least 50 percent charged to perform the update.