Apple has released a new update for iOS 7 that includes some bug fixes and improvements. According to the information, iOS 7.0.4 will fix an issue that causes FaceTime calls to fail for some users. An other update by Apple, iOS 6.1.5 for 4th gen iPod touch, also fixes the same FaceTime issue.
Just a quick note: Apple has just released iOS 7.0.2. iOS 7.0.2 is a minor update that Fixes bugs that could allow someone to bypass the Lock screen passcode and reintroduces a Greek keyboard option for passcode entry.
iOS 7 includes special APIs for third-party hardware game controllers, turning the iPhone and iPad into gaming systems on par with other handheld consoles. ClamCase shows their GameCase iPhone controller in the video above, which connects via Bluetooth, includes its own battery, and supports all iOS 7-compatible iOS devices. » First “Made For iPhone” Game Controllers by Logitech and ClamCase
iOS 7 has only just released to the public, but the first lock screen vulnerability has already been found. The vulnerability allows access to a device’s photos, email, and social networking accounts without the need of a password. According to Jose Rodriguez, who provided a video of the bug to Forbes, a simple set of gestures gives unwarranted access to a device running iOS 7. » iOS 7 Lock Screen Vulnerability Gives Access to Photos & More
iOS 7 has just been launched to the public and Apple has released another ad entitled “Designed Together”, that highlights iOS 7 on the iPhone 5c and the iPhone 5c cases in multiple colors. Apple’s iPhone 5c launches Friday with deliveries of pre-orders as well as the start of in-store sales.
Nuance the company that runs Siri’s speech recognition capabilities, has sent an email to developers claiming the General Availability release of iOS 7 will be delivered on September 10. Apple will reportedly announce the iPhone 5S and iPhone 5C at an Media Event on September 10, historically Apple releases the Gold Master version of a new iOS to developers on the same day as the Media Event. » Nuance Email Send To Developers Claims iOS 7 Will Launch September 10
Apple has just released the sixth beta version of iOS 7 to developers and is available as an over-the-air update and via Apple’s Developer Center to existing beta testers. According to the latest rumors Beta 6 should be released next week, however, as Apple noted in the Developer Center, this is just a small patch to fix a bug. The release fixes an “issue with iTunes in the Cloud, where some purchases may download or play unexpected items.” It is still possible that a new beta “Beta 7” will be released next week. » Apple Seeds iOS 7 Beta 6 To Developers To Fixes Bug