The iOS 5.1.1 update has been recently released, but not everyone seems to have received or noticed the popup notification or badge on the Settings app to let them know it was available. However others are waiting for an untethered jailbreak to become available for iOS 5.1.1 and observing if this minor update really improves battery life and performance.
The latest survey indicates that the iOS 5.1.1 is a little better than the previous version when it comes to battery life and performance. For those who have not received or missed the update notification, we’ve provided da detailed guide on how to manually update your iDevice to the latest iOS version.
The first step is to navigate to the Settings app > General > Software Update. You’ll be then presented with all the details about the update, so all you’ve left to do is to tap Download and Install.
You need to now agree to the Terms and Conditions and show a little patience till the progress bar is completed. The speed depends on the quality of your connection. Once the download is complete, you’ll be suggested to install and restart your device – unless you choose Later or Install within a few seconds it will install on your behalf. You need to once more agree to the terms and conditions and Apple will verify the install once the process is completed.
Check the screenshots provided below sequentially, so you’re not disoriented at any moment. Wish you successful update and happy iOS experience!