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A little more than a week following the public release of iOS 10.1.1 with bug fixes for Health data, Apple on Wednesday published a slightly revised build of the software update.

The Cupertino company admittedly has a good reason for replacing the existing iOS 10.1.1 installer on its servers with another one that shows a slightly bumped up build number.

We’ll update the article when we learn more.

The new build of iOS 10.1.1 arrived two days after iOS 10.2 beta 2 was seeded to developers and less than 24 hours after its accompanying public beta launched.

If you already have iOS 10.1.1 installed on your device, you won’t get this update.

Apple pulled a similar thing last week when it followed up on the macOS Sierra 10.12.2 beta 2 release with a minor update that showed a tiny difference in the build numbers.

We’ll update the article with new information about iOS 10.1.1 build 14B150 when and if it becomes available.