A new vulnerability that has been discovered in iOS 6.1 that can be exploited to bypass passcode locks on iOS devices, it is not “simple” but once it’s performed, it grants access to a device’s contacts, voicemails and photos. AllThingsD contacted Apple to ask them about this bug and Apple responded by saying Apple works hard on a fix. » Apple Working On Fix For iOS 6.1 Passcode Hack
An Exchange bug is causing iOS 6.1 devices to continuously loop when syncing a recurring calendar meeting invitation to Microsoft Exchange and this way crippling battery life and performance. Yesterday Microsoft offered workarounds for this bug, and today Apple announced on its support page that it has identified the problem and is working on a fix. » Apple Working On Fix For iOS 6.1 Exchange Bug
Apple has just released iOS 6.1.1 for iPhone 4S devices to fix an issue that could impact cellurar performance and reliability for iPhone 4S. The update comes with a build number of 10B145 and is a 23 MB download. » Apple Releases iOS 6.1.1 For iPhone 4S To Fix 3G Issues
Apple has just released the first beta version of iOS 6.1.1 to developers. The beta arrives as build 10B311 and 9to5mac noted major improvements to Maps for Japanese users. » Apple Released First Beta Of iOS 6.1.1 To Developers
This is just a quick update to let you know that Apple has just released iOS 6.1 to the public, adding LTE capabilities to 36 additional iPhone® carriers and 23 additional iPad® carriers around the world, Siri-based movie ticket purchases via Fandango and iTunes Match individual song downloading. » Apple Releases iOS 6.1: Adds New LTE Support & Fandango Siri Integration
Apple has just pushed out the fifth beta of iOS 6.1 to developers. Developers can download the beta via Apple’s Developer page. It is not known when Apple will release iOS 6.1 to the public.
On January 1, users discovered that the scheduling portion of the “Do Not Disturb” feature in iOS 6 failed to work. The scheduling would turn itself on as scheduled, but would fail to turn itself off again. Apple now wrote that the “Do Not Disturb” function will resume normal functionality after January 7, 2013. » “Do Not Disturb” Bug Will Resolve Itself On Monday, January 7th