Apple rolls out iOS 10.1.1 to fix Health data issues

Apple rolls out iOS 10.1.1 to fix Health data issues

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A marathon runner's dashboard setup in the Health app.
Health data is fixed in iOS 10.1.1
Photo: Graham Bower/Cult of Mac

Apple today rolled out iOS 10.1.1 to fix an issue with the Health app. The update is available to all devices compatible with iOS 10.

This isn’t a major iOS update — it weighs in at just 64.2MB on an iPhone 7 — but it’s an important one for Health app users. Apple says it fixes “an issue where Health data could not be viewed for some users.”

Apple also states that other bugs have also been fixed, but those aren’t specified.

You can download iOS 10.1.1 now over-the-air by visiting the Software Update section in the Settings app. It’s available to all devices that are compatible with iOS 10, including iPad mini 2 and later, iPad 4 and later, iPad Air and later, iPad Pro, iPhone 5 and later, and iPod touch 6G.