Apple Releases an Updated Version of iOS 10.1.1
Build 14B150 won't appear if you've previously installed the update
by Brent Dirks
November 9, 2016
Apple has just released an update version of iOS 10.1.1. The software update, which contained minor bug fixes, originally landed late last month.
Just to note, build 14B150 will only appear if you have’t previously installed the update. You can update through iTunes or by going to Settings, General, Update software on an iOS device.
It’s unknown what changes are in the new build version of the software.
Apple is currently beta testing iOS 10.2. The second version of that software arrived earlier this week to registered developers and public beta testers.