Apple to Release iOS 6.0.1 in the Next Few Weeks

Are you facing any bug after upgrading your iPhone to iOS 6? The good news is that soon you will be able to fix all bugs available in iOS 6. According to BGR, Apple is planning to release iOS 6.0.1 in the next few weeks. Currently, Apple is testing iOS 6.0.1. It indicates that soon users will be able to install the new firmware on their iOS device. BGR has reported that iOS 6.0.1 will fix several bugs available in iOS 6. The new version of firmware will fix a bug due to which iPhone 5 users have faced horizontal lines issue on the screen of their iOS device at the time of opening app folder or keyboard.

iOS 6

BGR has reported that iOS 6.0.1 will fix a bug, which allows users to get all information about Passbook pass from the lock screen. They have confirmed that iOS 6.0.1 will fix a bug related to the camera flash of iPhone. The new firmware will also fix a bug associated with cellular data. Recently Apple had released iOS 6 for iPhone 5, iPhone 4S, iPhone 4, iPhone 3GS, iPod touch 4G, iPod touch 5G, iPad 2 and the new iPad. It includes some interesting features such as new passbook app, Facebook integration, shared photo streams, redesigned App Store, mail, new maps app and more. After installing iOS 6, you can make FaceTime video calling over 3G network. It includes passbook app that saves all passes in one place and it shows them on iPhone Lock Screen at proper time and place. This app not only allows users to save passes, but also allows users to save tickets, boarding passes and coupons.

If the new report from BGR comes true, then you will be able to fix all bugs available on your iPhone after upgrading your iOS device to iOS 6.0.1. The new firmware will also improve your WiFi experience on your iPhone. It is expected that iOS 6.0.1 will be released soon.

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