Apple has only recently released the iPhone 5, iPod touch 5G, and their new iOS 6 mobile operating system, but a report by BGR reveals that Apple is already in the works of testing iOS 6.0.1, which will bring many bug fixes to iOS 6 and the iPhone 5. Some of the bugs are more common than others.
According to the report, the iOS 6.0.1 update is expected to bring the below fixes and tweaks:
- Fix issue with flickering lines appearing on the keyboard on iPhone 5 units
- Fix issue with camera flash not going off when taking photographs
- Fix issue with Passbook information being easily accessible through the lock screen
- Fix issue with cellular data
- Fix issue with exchange meetings being unintentionally cancelled
- Improved Wi-Fi support
- Addition of a consolidated iTunes Match cellular data switch
Itís not exactly known when iOS 6.0.1 will be released to the public, although itís expected to be released within a few weeks. Currently, the developer portal of Apple's Web site is not offering a seed of iOS 6.0.1 for developers to test. The report also shares that iOS 6.1 is being worked on, however no details about iOS 6.1 have been leaked, so it's not known if it will include additional fixes and improvements or if it will add in new features for iOS 6 users.
When released, users will be able to install the update through iTunes or through the built-in OTA (over the air) updating service on the iOS device. We will let everyone know when the update is available for the public to download and install.