After about 40 days of beta testing, Apple released iOS 11.4.1 as a stable build on Monday, July 9, exactly one week after the release of the final beta release.
If you expect new features in your iPhone in this update, you will be disappointed because here there is nothing but bug fixes and improvements. It's not to be underestimated what exactly these "bug fixes" and "fixes" are, as the beta release notes and final release notes do not contain obvious issues, performance enhancements, or security updates.
However, if you want to make sure that your data is protected as much as possible, we recommend that you upgrade to iOS 1
1.4.1 as soon as possible, as an update can increase security and include enhancements below the surface  To get the update, just open your Settings app, tap General, and then Software Update. Follow the instructions on the screen to download and install iOS 11.4.1 on your iPhone. If you were in the beta version of iOS 11.4.1 and you're using the latest beta, it's the same version as the public version, so you do not have to worry about getting the latest version since you already have it.  In the future, iOS 12 will make manually updating to new software updates a thing of the past, if you wish. With a new feature, you can set auto-download and install updates to keep you up to date on the latest and greatest iOS release. If you want to try this feature now (and more), you can join the iOS 12 beta program as a developer or public beta tester.
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