iOS 6.0.1 Update Will Solve Infamous Keyboard Flickering, Camera Flash And Wifi Issues
Recently, Apple has received numerous complaints regarding iOS 6 related problems, and it seems that company has realized the source and is ready to unveil the iOS 6.0.1 update. One of Apple insider has inform BGR that Cupertino based iPhone maker has started evaluating iOS 6.0.1 with various carriers in the U.S.
According to the reports iOS 6.0.1 will offer few enhancements and a long list of bug fixes like the problem of keyboard flickering when the keyboard or app folder is open, and it’ll as well resolve an issue with the camera’s flash, which sometimes fail to go off.
Furthermore, the latest firmware update will boost Wi-Fi performance, repair cellular data deterioration reported by many, add a combined cellular data toggle for iTunes Match, correct an issue that authorized access to Passbook pass information from the lock screen, and also ultimately solve the problem on iOS 6 that made Exchange meetings to be suddenly terminated for the whole schedule.
The BGR report also suggested that Apple has started screening iOS 6.1, indicating it is less likely being released with the new iPad mini coming on Tuesday. However, you can expect iOS 6.0.1 wihtin next few weeks, and once available you will be able to install it via iTunes or utilizing the OTA service.