Nov 13

Apple has just released the second beta of iOS 6.1 to developers “build number 10B5105c”. This Beta includes several changes related to how developers can integrate Apple’s new mapping service in their apps and improvements to how boarding passes are handled in Passbook, and a few minor changes to Safari. » Apple Launched Second iOS 6.1 Beta For Developers

Nov 02

Apple has just released iOS 6.0.1 which will fix a lot of bugs such as the over the air updates, the horizontal lines across the keyboard, an issue that could cause camera flash to not go off and more. Since the over-the-air function isn’t working you are rerequired to first install an “updater” application to fix a bug that would otherwise prevent over-the-air updates. » Apple Releases iOS 6.0.1 To Fix Over-The-Air Updates, Camera Flash Issues & More

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

Oct 09

We have talked about many issues users experienced with the new iPhone 5 such as, light leaks, new iOS Maps and the wifi bug. Now a new bug showed up which involves the iPhone 5′s virtual keyboard. iDB reports: “Apparently, it’s randomly inconveniencing an unknown proportion of users whose device exhibits an annoying glitch where some parts of the keyboard show random noise and broken lines, like old TV sets attuned to the snow white frequency…» iPhone 5 Screen Flickers When The Keyboard Pops Up

Oct 06

Just one week after Apple CEO Tim Cook wrote a letter, in which he promised that Apple “will keep working non-stop” until the iOS 6 Maps app meets customers’ standards for quality, users are starting to see improvements. MacRumors reports, it appears to be that a larger set of additions to the 3D content in the Apple Maps app has been added. » Apple’s Maps App Showing Signs Of Improvement

Oct 04

Starbucks has updated their iPhone app to support Passbook. With the Starbucks app, you can manage your Starbucks Card balance, reload your card and track your Stars in the My Starbucks Rewards program. With it’s latest update, more people may start using Apple’s new Passbook app. Passbook is designed to get users directly into gift cards or event tickets from the lock screen when they are near a Starbucks or other area that supports Passbook. » Starbucks App Updated To Support Passbook

Oct 04

MacRumors “and Apple’s support discussion boardsreported that “at least” one Fortune 500 company is telling its employees not to upgrade to iOS 6 over a bug with Microsoft Exchange meeting invitations. MacRumors explainsThe issue appears when users decline a meeting invitation from an iOS 6 device. Instead of simply sending a notification to the meeting organizer that the user will not attend, iOS 6 is sending meeting cancellation notices to the entire distribution list, effectively canceling the invitation for all attendees.» Fortune 500 Company Employees: Do Not Upgrade To iOS 6 Over Exchange Bug

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