By Sumit Passary | Oct 23, 2012 09:45 AM EDT
Apple released its iOS 6 with iPhone 5 in September this year and rolled out the latest operating system to other iDevices soon after. Even since the release of the iOS 6, users have complained of glitches in the software and now rumors indicate that Apple is testing an update iOS 6.0.1, which will sort the commonly experienced problems in the operating system.
"One of our reliable Apple (AAPL) sources has let us know Apple has begun testing iOS 6.0.1 with different carrier partners in the U.S. and we have a general list of what the first iOS 6 update will entail. iOS 6.0.1 should fix the horizontal lines bug on the screen when the keyboard or app folder is open, and it will also fix a problem with the camera's flash not going off," reported BGR.com.
If rumors are to be believed then the update will fix horizontal lines appearing on the user's screen when the keyboard or an app folder is in use, the camera flash not operating correctly, improve Wi-Fi support, fix a bug that allowed users to access Passbook details from the device's lock screen, and fix the bug that caused Exchange calendar meetings to be suddenly canceled for the user's calendar invite group.
Furthermore, BGR also indicated "In addition to iOS 6.0.1 news, we have also learned that Apple is only now just starting testing on iOS 6.1. This makes it extremely unlikely iOS 6.1 will ship with the new iPad mini by November 2nd unless there is a separate build just for the new iPad, and iOS 6.1 for all other devices will launch at a later time."
Apple's Oct. 23 event has created a big hype in the tech industry as the company is expected to launch the purported smaller iPad, dubbed the iPad Mini. Consumers will hope that Apple addresses minor issues in the iOS 6 and releases it along with the iPad Mini.
Time will tell if Apple can put minds of iFans at ease by launching the iPad Mini, and the release of iOS 6.0.1 will be the icing on the cake.
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