iOS 7.0.1 seems ready to be launched, revealed in a leak
Apple is not wasting a minute to make the newly released iOS 7 update perfect. The company reacts immediately to any reported bugs and works on fixing the problems. Among the first reported problems were related to the Touch ID fingerprint sensor and the purchasing system in the iTunes App Store. The company has announced that it will release an update that will bring the needed bug fixes. Thanks to an attentive iPhone user, it seems that the new iOS 7.0.1 is already rolling-out. The reader of Phone Arena that has revealed the information found out about the new version while trying the newly release Apple iPhone 5C at one of the stores of AT&T. while he was enjoying the unique experience of the affordable flagship, he has noticed that the software consists of iOS 7.0.1.
Rumors about the upcoming iOS 7.0.1 and iOS 7.0.2 first appeared last week. The first update with bug fixes is expected to be officially launched real soon. As we mentioned, it will improve the functionality of the Touch ID fingerprint sensor. In the last few days new bugs in iOS 7 were reported related to more serious issues.
One of the bugs enables strangers to break into the phone by fooling the lockscreen. This gives access to unauthorized people to your pictures and apparently, to your accounts in the social networks. The second, more serious problem is related to the emergency dialer. As it turns out, it makes it easy for everyone that borrows your phone to make calls to everywhere they want. The first issue can be solved by users themselves by disabling the Control Center. The second problem however cannot be avoided. Therefore we really hope that Apple will bring solutions for the issues in iOS 7.0.2. Do you feel more vulnerable using iOS 7? Share with us below in the comments.