This Monday morning just got a little more interesting with the release of iOS 10.1.1, an unexpected update for iOS 10 users. According to the change log, this is mostly a bug fix, particularly for some users whose Health data was not showing.

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iOS 10.1 was the first major update to Apple’s new iOS 10 software, which debuted this fall alongside the new iPhone 7. iOS 10.1 brought a number of significant bug changes and new features, most notably the Portrait Mode for the iPhone 7 Plus. Since the software update, we’ve seen hundreds of stunning, DSLR-like photos taken with the 7 Plus, as well as some less-than-perfect photos that the camera software messed up.

To get the update, you’ll want to make sure your phone is either above 50 percent battery or plugged into the wall. You should also connect to Wi-Fi, since the 60MB update needs a stable connection to download.

Then, head to Settings–>General–>Software Update, and you should see the option to download and install the latest version