iOS 6.1.2 reportedly will roll out next week to squash 6.1 bugs
The update, which would fix the Exchange syncing issue and the passcode hack in iOS 6.1, could come before Wednesday, claims a German blog site.
Apple may be prepping iOS 6.1.2 for launch early next week. At least, that's the claim from German Apple blog site iFun.
In a blog out today, iFun cited evidence that the next iOS update would probably be available before Wednesday.
This sounds like something strictly for the rumor mill. However, iFun correctly pegged the launch of iOS 6.1.1 based on intel from the same sources, 9to5Mac added.
iOS 6.1.2 would resolve at least a couple of glitches introduced with version 6.1.
One bug due to be squashedservers. Another flaw lets someone through a specific series of steps, allowing that person to use the phone and listen to voice mails.
In both cases, Apple said it was aware of the issue and was working on a fix.
iOS 6.1.1 was released Monday, but only to iPhone 4s users, in an attempt to fix. Since then, several iPhone 4S users have complained that the after updating to 6.1.1.