Apple has officially released its latest update for its iOS devices, and should be available to download across the UK this week.
The update comes after Apple made its 7.1 update available earlier on this year, offering up a number of changes to freshen up iPhones and iPads alike.
This latest software tackles a few issues behind the scenes, with minor bug fixes and TouchID fingerprint recognition improvements the main port of call.
The update offers no new design or feature changes to iOS users, but should help the general responsiveness of hardware running the latest version of Apple’s software.
If you haven’t already been prompted to download the update, you can go to your settings panel on your iPhone or iPad and check for an update manually.
The next major update for iOS is most likely going to coincide with the release of the iPhone 6 later on this year, with a series of minor updates expected to keep Apple devices going until then.
No release date has been set for the iPhone 6 yet, but it’s expected to make an appearance in September, with Apple possibly producing two handsets.
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