Apple Pushing iOS 6.0.1 to iPhone with Bug Fixes
Apple today made iOS version 6.0.1 available to the iPhone. In order to download the update, iPhone users must first download and install a new "iPhone Updater" application. This new application is necessary due to a bug in iOS 6 that prevents iPhones from downloading system updates. Once the iPhone Updater app installed, then the iPhone is able to access and download iOS 6.0.1. According to Apple, the update includes a large number of bug fixes that affect a wide array of the iPhone's features. Some include fixes to a horizontal line bug that appeared on the keyboard, Wi-Fi performance, the camera flash, cellular connectivity problems, and Exchange Meeting issues. The update clocks in at 68MB and is free to download over the air.
Apple Releases iOS 10.0.3 to Resolve iPhone 7 Connectivity Bug
Apple today made iOS 10.0.3 available to the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus. This update is targeted at Apple's newest iPhones and resolves an issue that impacted cellular connectivity.
Apple Releases iOS 9.2 for iPhones and iPads
Apple today made iOS 9.2 available in to iPhone and iPad owners. The minor update, which Apple has tested in beta extensively over the last month, improves Apple Music by making it easier to create playlists, save songs offline, and browse through classical music.
Apple Releases iOS 10.0.2 to Fix Bugs
Apple today made iOS 10.0.2 available to iPhones and iPads in order to resolve some bugs. According to Apple, the small update addresses a problem impacting audio controls, fixes an issue that prevents some app extensions from working, and solves a bug that caused Photos to crash.
Apple Releases iOS 8.0.2 to Resolve iPhone Issues
Apple today made available iOS 8.0.2, an update that Apple says fixes an issue in iOS 8.0.1 that impacted cellular network connectivity and Touch ID on the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus. In addition to resolving the cellular connectivity issue, the update also repairs a number of other issues.
Shows up on my iPhone 4 as 43.3MB