iOS 10.1.1 Download Out, Fixes Missing Health Data Bug

In a surprise update Monday morning, Apple has released iOS 10.1.1, a minor update which says it fixes an issue with missing Health data that could not be viewed “for some users”.

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You can get this update by going to Settings > General > Software Update to install it over-the-air. The download comes in at under 70MB.

You can find the standalone downloads for iOS 10.1.1 below. If your device is listed, you can install the update over-the-air or through iTunes.

  • iOS 10.1.1 (Build 14B100) for:
    • iPad 4 (Wi-Fi) (iPad3,4) — Download
    • iPad 4 (GSM) (iPad3,5) — Download
    • iPad 4 (CDMA) (iPad3,6) — Download
    • iPad Air (Wi-Fi) (iPad4,1) — Download
    • iPad Air (Cellular) (iPad4,2) — Download
    • iPad Air (China) (iPad4,3) — Download
    • iPad mini 2 (Wi-Fi) (iPad4,4) — Download
    • iPad mini 2 (Cellular) (iPad4,5) — Download
    • iPad mini 2 (China) (iPad4,6) — Download
    • iPad mini 3 (Wi-Fi) (iPad4,7) — Download
    • iPad mini 3 (Cellular) (iPad4,8) — Download
    • iPad mini 3 (China) (iPad4,9) — Download
    • iPad mini 4 (Wi-Fi) (iPad5,1) — Download
    • iPad mini 4 (Cellular) (iPad5,2) — Download
    • iPad Air 2 (Wi-Fi) (iPad5,3) — Download
    • iPad Air 2 (Cellular) (iPad5,4) — Download
    • iPad Pro (Wi-Fi) (iPad6,7) — Download
    • iPad Pro (9.7”, Wi-Fi) (iPad6,3) — Download
    • iPad Pro (9.7”, Cellular) (iPad6,4) — Download
    • iPad Pro (Cellular) (iPad6,8) — Download
    • iPhone 5 (GSM) (iPhone5,1) — Download
    • iPhone 5 (CDMA) (iPhone5,2) — Download
    • iPhone 5c (GSM) (iPhone5,3) — Download
    • iPhone 5c (CDMA) (iPhone5,4) — Download
    • iPhone 5s (GSM) (iPhone6,1) — Download
    • iPhone 5s (CDMA) (iPhone6,2) — Download
    • iPhone 6 Plus (iPhone7,1) — Download
    • iPhone 6 (iPhone7,2) — Download
    • iPhone 6s (iPhone8,1) — Download
    • iPhone 6s Plus (iPhone8,2) — Download
    • iPhone SE (iPhone8,4) — Download
    • iPhone 7 (iPhone9,1) — Download
    • iPhone 7 Plus (iPhone9,2) — Download
    • iPhone 7 (iPhone9,3) — Download
    • iPhone 7 Plus (iPhone9,4) — Download
    • iPod touch 6G (iPod7,1) — Download

…more to follow

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  • Mario Gaucher

    I had the public beta profile and the update wasn’t available…
    I removed the profile, rebooted… and got the update right-away…

  • I’m still waiting for them to fix the mail app not pushing iCloud mail properly. Since iOS 10 it has been broken.
    Dev bug reporter labeled my complaint as a duplicate, and tech support was scratching their heads not knowing what it could be.

    I really hope Apple figures it out. Lots of threads on Apple forums complaining about it too.

  • I can’t remember the last time I used iCloud email. I stick to Gmail as it never goes down for me. That is frustrating to not get email pushed properly, hope the fix it.

  • Mario Gaucher

    might not be an easy fix…
    there’s probably something specific to your account…
    I’ve used my icloud email a few times since installing iOS 10 on my 6s and now using an iPhone 7… and iCloud emails are pushing fine.

  • I’ve been trying to live in the Apple world.
    I kinda fixed the issue by having it set to a 15 minute fetch.

  • It pushes fine for an hour, but when you lock your phone and go to the park for instance, it’s like the mail app goes to sleep after not being opened for a while. Once I open it, and slide down to manually refresh, it starts working again.

    Not just me though, at least 30 others on the forums within the past 3 weeks complaining about the same thing too.

  • Mario Gaucher

    funny thing is… it does’t work anymore for me either…

    I was fine this morning… I’ve used it a few days ago without any problem… and now, doesn’t push.

    Anyway… not a big problem for me… I’m not really using it… so I’m fine with the manual or scheduled check.

    My main email account is on Gmail… so I’m using the GMail/Inbox app and it work wonderfully well.

  • My main is Gmail as well, however I’m attempting to transition to a 100% Apple environment, which is mainly why I wanting it to work. It was never an issue on iOS 9.X

    Ah well, I’m sure they’ll get to it eventually. Fetch 15 is doing okay. On push, I wouldn’t get mail for hours lol.

  • Mario Gaucher

    I was also thinking to switch to apple only since my main computer at home is a MacBook…
    But if I ever want to go back to android, it will be a pain in the … to switch again. So I kept all on gmail.

  • I’m not sure when it happened, but now you can setup iCloud into Android as an IMAP account, so you can have Apple mail there now too.

  • peter

    Didnt work for me neither, but I did smth and its working again. I think it was some issue with low battery mode…but not sure. I came to apple to ask what’s wrong, same answer just wait for update:( but its working now

  • Well, I suppose I’ll try again, especially since there was an update today.
    Thanks for the info.

  • Sébastien Carrière

    https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/17374519b47019f9ae4d93ffd65d69b79e645f01aa9f89440cf5b7368404f15e.png Hi,
    I have 2 Iphones( SE and 6) and one Ipad2.
    I made the ios 10.1.1 update but when I restarted both of my Iphones, the same thing happens.
    I can’t pass the Icloud configuration. It when me to enter a passcode of 4 digits and its says to go on my other device to authorize the Iphone, but nothing happens with other devices. I don’t see any message or anything thing that I can click “ok”.
    When I go check in my Icloud account, I see every devices that I have and there all seems to be ok !
    Thanks alot for your help!!!