Apple has just released a minor iOS 6.1.4 update and comes with an updated audio profile for speakerphone. This new iOS version “Build 10B350″ is only available for iPhone 5 users and comes as an 11.5 MB update. If you are a jailbreaker, do not update you iOS.
Siri’s “Eyes Free” integrates Apple’s personal assistant with the vehicle’s entertainment system, allowing the driver to access information while keeping his or her eyes on the road. Chevrolet’s 2013 Sonic and Spark had are the first cars to offer support for this “Eyes Free” mode and has begun a national advertising campaign touting the feature on the 2013 Sonic, launching a new television ad called “Buttons”. » Chevrolet Promoting Siri ‘Eyes Free’ Integration for 2013 Sonic In New TV Ad [video]
Yesterday we wrote that Apple released iOS 6.1.3 to Maps in Japan, prevent the jailbreak tool “evasi0n” from working and to fix a passcode security bug. However, just one day after the iOS 6.1.3 release, another passcode security flaw has been discovered. It looks like that this vulnerability affects the iPhone 4 and iPhone 5, and involves the Voice Dial command as shown in the video above. » New iPhone Passcode Security Flaw Discovered in iOS 6.1.3
Apple has just released iOS 6.1.3 to the public and includes minor enhancements including a fix for a passcode security bug, improvements to Maps in Japan and it addresses at least one of the security holes used by the evasi0n jailbreak tool. So if you love your jailbroken device, do not update! Everybody else, do update, since it fixes a vulnerability that has been discovered in iOS 6.1 that can be exploited to bypass passcode locks on iOS devices. » Apple Releases iOS 6.1.3 With Passcode Bug Fix, Japanese Maps Enhancements, But Kills Evasi0n Jailbreak
Just after the launch of iOS 6.1.2 that includes a fix for the Exchange calendar bug, Apple released iOS 6.1.3 Beta 2 to developers that includes a fix for the Passcode Lock bug. The release notes for the beta version indicated that it is focused on Maps improvements for Japan, and Apple indicates that the beta now addresses the passcode lock bug.
A view days ago we wrote that Apple is working on iOS 6.1.2 to fix the lock screen passcode issue and Exchange bug and that are affecting iOS 6.1 users. Now the update is available, the new iOS does fixes the Exchange calendar bug, but does not fix the passcode bug. » Apple Releases iOS 6.1.2 To Fix Exchange Calendar Bug
Earlier we wrote about the Passcode Hack and Exchange bug found in iOS 6.1, now German site iPhone-Ticker reports that Apple is planning to release iOS 6.1.2 early next week to fixthe lock screen passcode issue and Exchange bug and that are affecting iOS 6.1 users. » iOS 6.1.2 Coming Next Week Including Fix For Exchange and Passcode Bugs