Macworld reports that Apple has today released iOS 11.0.1, which is a typical post-release update that features various “bug fixes and improvements for your iPhone and iPad” to quote Apple’s release notes.
While Apple did not mention any specific bugs that the update fixes, Ars Technica reports that the Exchange e-mail server bug that affected users of Outlook.com, Office 365, and some other users, has been fixed by the update. The widely reported battery drain issues with phones older than the newly released iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus also seem to have been addressed in the patch, although Apple makes no mention of this in its notes.
However, Ars Technica adds that some of the other reported iOS 11 bugs, such as the way in which Control Center Bluetooth and Wi-Fi buttons only disable current connections and do not turn off the features altogether, will not be fixed in the update, although Apple will be patching this issue very soon, apparently, just not this time.
Sources: Apple releases iOS 11.0.1 software update to improve iOS 11 performance
Apple’s iOS 11.0.1 update addresses Exchange e-mail server issue