Date: Tuesday, October 1st, 2013, 13:05
Category: iOS, iPhone, Rumor, Software
To quote the classic “Aliens”: “Is this going to be a stand up fight, sir, or just another bug hunt?”
Per Boy Genius Report, Apple is rumored to roll out another minor update to iOS 7 next week, addressing several small and lingering issues in the company’s latest mobile operating system.
The iOS 7.0.3 update has been released to employees and select external partners for testing according to the article. The new version is said to be made available in advance of iOS 7.1’s expected reveal alongside new iPads at Apple’s rumored October event.
The new build may address performance issues that have lingered since iOS 7’s debut last month as well as new lock screen bypass security concerns that have surfaced since last week’s iOS 7.0.2 release. For comparison, iOS 7.0.2 carries build number 11A501.
The same site incorrectly claimed that Apple would release a seventh beta of iOS 7 in August. Apple instead skipped from iOS beta 6 to iOS 7 Golden Master on Sept. 10.
Apple released iOS 7.0.1 with “bug fixes and improvements” as an over-the-air update for the iPhone 5s and 5c on the handsets’ launch day, with iOS 7.0.2 following just six days later to address bugs related to lockscreen passcode security.
Stay tuned for additional details as they become available.