Apple promised a sync fix soon
Earlier we reported to you about the annoying bug affecting a great number of the devices that have recently updated to the new iOS6. It appears that when an iPhone or an iPad tries to sync the Apple Mail with the Microsoft Exchange Server, a mysterious issue prevents the synchronization and put the device and the server into a closed sync cycle with excessive memory and CPU usage.
This bug has been troubling not only the users of Apple devices but also the server itself by increasing the log and significantly slowing down the process. This caused troubles even to the users that do not use iOS6 at all. That’s why Microsoft suggested a temporary server restriction for the problematic devices till the fix is released. On the other hand, the European carrier, Vodafone, warned all its customers about the issue and advised those who haven’t updated their devices yet to wait for the fix to come out.
They won’t have to wait for long though, as Apple announced that the bug is being prepared to come out soon. This is not surprising since the company released another fix a few days ago – the one to fix the 3G connection problems. If you remember, the iOS came out with an improvement for Siri and the LTE connection system of the iPhones, but spoiled the 3G and the synchronization. Now we can only wait and hope that Apple won’t disappoint their customers again.