iPhone users by now are wary of downloading new iOS updates on older devices, but Apple has today released an update that should make you a little less scared of switching to iOS 8.
While the iOS 8.1 update was a major improvement that added Apple Pay and brought the Camera Roll back, today's iOS 8.1.1 revision isn't quite as significant - unless you're an iPhone 4S or iPad 2 user.
You may be living in the past, but Apple wants to throw you a bone anyway, as the new update apparently makes iOS 8 run more smoothly on those fossils.
Of course iOS 8.1.1 also includes the usual "bug fixes" and "increased stability" in addition to the "performance improvements for iPad 2 and iPhone 4S."
For more on Apple's latest mobile operating system read up on TechRadar's comprehensive iOS 8 hub.
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