Apple normally launch new versions of their iOS operating system when they unveil new devices , but both the iPad Mini and 4th generation iPad announced yesterday ran on iOS 6. However, according to BGR it won't be long until iOS 6.0.1 lands on Apple devices.
The website heard from a source inside Apple that iOS 6.0.1 is already being tested and should launch sometime in the next few weeks. The source also documented some of the improvements and bug fixes implement in iOS 6.0.1.
The new version of iOS will resolve a bug that causes horizontal lines to appear on the screen when the keyboard or app folder is open. Additionally, a bug that allowed access to Passbook from the lock-screen will also be fixed, while a cancellation bug affecting Exchange meetings will also be corrected.
Apple iOS 6.0.1 will also resolve a problem which stops the camera's flash going off at the right time, while it'll also fix the issue that sometimes causes cellular data not to work. The WiFi service will also be improved thanks to the update and it'll also add a consolidated data-switch for iTunes Match.
The same source also unveiled that iOS 6.1 will land at the start of next year, but very little is known about the operating system at the current time. 3G will keep you up to date with all the latest news related to Apple's iOS platform.
By Simon Thomas on 24th October, 2012