Apple fans, rejoice! Today, Apple pushed iOS 6.0.1 for iPads, iPhones, and iPod Touches that can run on iOS 6. This new update promises improved Wi-Fi connectivity for devices like the iPhone 5 and the 5th-generation iPod Touch on networks using WPA2 encryption.
The said update contains improvements and bug fixes, including the following issues:
- Fixes a bug affecting Exchange meetings.
- Fixes a Passcode Lock bug which sometimes allowed access to Passbook pass details from lock screen.
- Consolidated the Use Cellular Data switch for iTunes Match.
- Resolves an issue that prevents iPhone from using the cellular network in some instances.
- Improves reliability of iPhone 5 and iPod Touch (5th generation) when connected to encrypted WPA2 Wi-Fi networks.
- Fixes an issue that could cause camera flash to not go off.
- Fixes a bug where horizontal lines may be displayed accross the keyboard.
- Fixes a bug that prevents iPhone 5 from installing software updates wirelessly over the air.
To note, users can get the said update by tapping Settings>General>Software Update on their iPhone or iPad.
Additionally, Apple has released iOS 6.1 Beta 1 and Xcode 4.6 for developers.
Meanwhile, a leading technology and gadgets news site has a report on Apple’s rival (Google) updating their own Android Jelly Bean OS to Android v4.2, including the new features that Android users can expect and experience from the said update. For you Android fans out there, you may want to read that site’s spicy and interesting report here.