Feb 16

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

Feb 15

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

Feb 14

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

Feb 12

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

Feb 10

evad3rs has released a new version of Evasion with a built-in code to disable future OTA updates on your jailbroken device, and a fix for the timezone issue. This version “1.2” comes just a view days after version 1.1 (that included fixes for the Weather app and long reboot bugs) and less than one week after it’s original release. » Evasi0n 1.2 Released With OTA Update & Timezone Bug Fix [jailbreak]

Jan 03

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

Oct 23

that Apple has begun testing iOS 6.0.1 with different carrier partners in the U.S. and should fix the horizontal lines bug on the screen when the keyboard or app folder is open as well as a problem with the camera’s flash not going off. They also report that it will improve Wi-Fi support and more. » Apple Starts Testing iOS 6.0.1 To Fix iOS 6 Issues

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