Apple released iOS 11.2.1 with camera error correction

A week after the release of iOS 11.2, Apple released a new version of iOS 11.2.1, resulting in bug fixes for the owners of the iPhone and iPad. The update is now available and users probably should not postpone its installation. Among the bug fixes is the solution of one particularly large bug, which may not generally affect you at the moment, but it may be that it is at the most inopportune time it will declare itself.

The release of iOS 11.2 brought for some users an error that touched the camera of Apple devices. After the upgrade, some users reported that their iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus and iPhone X got problems with camera focus.

Users report that the update of iOS 11.2 caused an error in which the lens constantly “hunts” – that is, moves back and forth – without actually focusing on the object. This problem is especially unpleasant, considering how many people preferred the iPhone to other devices because of its excellent camera.

Today’s update, iOS 11.2.1, solves many of the problems that arose in iOS 11, including a bug with camera autofocus. In the notes to the release of the update, Apple does not mention the camera error at all, but users who have encountered the problem now report that it disappeared after the update.

In addition to this, as indicated in the update update list, iOS 11.2.1 also fixes an issue in which remote access to the Home application has been difficult. The aforementioned changes are supplemented by a number of other less noticeable corrections.

How can I install iOS 11.2.1 on my own? Go to Settings> General> Software Update.