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Posted by on Nov 2, 2012 in Apple | 1 comment

iOS 6.0.1 is now available

iOS 6.0.1 is now available

Apple just released an Update surprise mobile operating system of the house. This is the new version iOS 6.0.1 whose main purpose is to eliminate annoying glitches or bugs in the platform, which will improve the performance of the iPod Touch, iPhone and iPad compatible.

For at least a week there was speculation that Apple is testing a minor update to iOS 6, because this rumor has finally been confirmed with this release. Among the improvements this new version incorporates highlights the solution of the problem that prevented install updates wirelessly, which affected the new iPhone 5 and assumed the hassle of many users.

In addition, the solution also includes other system failures as a problem that caused the appearance of horizontal lines on the keyboard, a problem that caused the camera flash does not work, a problem that prevented the iPhone connect to mobile networks in some situations (certainly one of the most mentioned faults on the web) and the solution to a bug affecting Exchange meetings.

The new iOS 6.0.1 also improves the reliability of the and the fifth-generation iPod Touch to connect to WiFi networks encrypted with WPA2 protocol.

All improvements and bug fixes can be appreciated from iTunes, the program under which we may update our devices, or we can update via OTA. The weight of this update is about 60 MB or so.

In the case of the iPhone 5, you can update via OTA must first download a package called iOS Updater, which fixes the bug that prevented install updates I mentioned earlier.

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  1. Don’t do it! I just updated my iPhone and iPad…they both had to be recovered. The iPad is OK, the apps just finished downloading to it, but iPhone is in the third attempt to recovery and it’s not looking good. I have an older iPhone though, 3GS, but it was working fine prior to the update.