Apple released the iOS 11.4.1 with more security measures against the police

As we all prepare for the release of the iOS 12 (with all the new features already available in the beta), Apple released a latest update to its operating system with the iOS version 11.4.1 already available for download.

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As previously announced, the update most prominent of the new iOS 11.4.1 is the “Restricted Mode” for USB which adds security measures to prevent external agents if you upgrade to have access to the iPhone without the authorization of the owner, an antique theme between Apple and the u.s. authorities.

As its name indicates, the “Restricted Mode USB” prevents any other person from accessing the information of an iPhone by means of a physical access to the port of Lightning, when the phone has been on for at least a period of 60 minutes.

It also has several corrections such as those implemented with the function Find My AirPods’ and one more that includes the account synchronization Exchange.

This is the list I sent to Apple directly to the app in Settings installed on the iPhone and iPad:

  • Fixes an issue that prevented some users to see the last known location of your AirPods in Find My iPhone.
  • Improving the reliability of the synchronization of email, contacts, and notes with Exchange accounts.

According to a report in the site apple5x1.com several users who have been testing the beta of iOS 11.4.1 have noticed a substantial improvement in the autonomy of the devices compared with the autonomy that it had with iOS 11.4 that was very low. To update your devices to these new versions, so you only have to go to Settings > General > software Update on the iPhone and the iPad.

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