Apple recently rolled out the latest updated for its newest iOS 6 mobile operating system, naming the update as iOS 6.0.1, made available via iTunes or through wireless updates channeled via the iOS 6 built-in update system.
Essentially coming with fixes for bugs and the inclusion of small new features, the iOS 6.0.1 update can be downloaded without necessarily pairing mobile iDevices with dedicated computer systems, allowing supported iDevice users to easily head down to their mobile’s Settings menu, and call for the update in its General settings menu.
As an update, iOS 6.0.1 comes with fixes for issues where horizontal lines can be seen on keyboards, along with fixes for issues where an iDevice’s flash won’t go off when the camera is used.
Also, the update fixes a bug encountered in iPhone 5 smartphones where software updates are not allowed to happen, even when iPhone 5 users had intended for updates to take place.
Improvements on the connection quality of iDevices to Wi-Fi networks, specifically WPA2 encrypted networks, are also featured in the new iOS 6.0.1 update, along with enhanced control features for using an iPhone’s built in cellular network connections.
As an update, the iOS 6.0.1 is designed for iDevices which are compatible with the iOS 6, making it an update that is not available to all iOS-capable products. No updates regarding new iOS builds for old generation iDevices had yet been announced by Apple.