New update of iOS 6 comes out soon
It seems that Apple just can’t make its iOS 6 perfect. Every next update fixes previous bugs and creates new ones. We informed you that about a week after the iOS 6 came out, evasi0n team released a jailbreak, which was used by more than 7 000 000 devices in the first four days. Meanwhile, it appeared that the new system has problems with the synchronization and Vodafone warned its customers, especially the owners of iPhone 4S against it. So iOS 6.1.1 came out to fight with the jailbreak and to fix the synchronization bugs that caused overheating and shortened battery life. Well, it appears that these problems were solved, but one remained – the 3G connectivity problem experienced by some users. So Apple released iOS 6.1.2 which on its turn fixed everything till now, but brought the possibility to avoid the passcode of protected iPhones.
Now the company has released iOS 6.1.3 Beta 2 for developers and it aims to fix the security issue. Moreover, the company intends to improve the navigation for Japanese customers. Let’s hope that this would be the last change update due to bugs for a while and that it will manage to get rid of them all. As for the jailbreak, we are sure the evasi0n team is already working on it. Stay tuned for more information on the topic.