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The iOS 10.1 has been released with many new fixes, but it also brought some bugs, one of them was actually removing your Health data from the device, and Apple rushed out to bring an update in order to fix it.

Now people are wondering if they should update to the latest version, as this new update was released very quickly, which means that it can come with even more bugs than usual.

List Of Eligible Devices

The new update has been developed to function on all iOS 10 compatible devices such as:



  • iPhone 5 or later;
  • iPad 2 or later;
  • iPad Mini 2 or later;
  • iPad Pro;
  • 6th generation of the iPod Touch or later.

To manually install it on your iDevice just head to Settings -> General -> Software Update and you will notice that a new update is ready for your handset, keep in mind that depending on the device that you own, the update can be between 30MB and 70MB in size.

iOS 10: Jailbreak Status

TaiG and Pangu have promised to release a jailbreak version for the iOS 10, but for some reason, that didn’t happen, in other words, if you run a jailbroken version of iOS on your device (such as 9.3.3 version), we suggest you to just delay the update for now, as there is no jailbreak version for iOS 10, 10.1 or 10.1.1.

What’s New?

  • An issue that was causing Health data to not be viewed by some users has been fixed;
  • Improvements and bug fixes.

Is It Worth Updating?

If you have some issues with the Health data not being viewed, then yeah, you can go for the update, however, if this is not bothering you, we suggest you to just keep using the iOS 10 or 10.1 for now.

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