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Apple Pushes iOS 7.0.3 to Fix Bugs

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Oct 22, 2013, 3:10 PM   by Eric M. Zeman

Apple today made available a minor update to its iOS 7 operating system. The new platform software includes support for iCloud Keychain, which can be used to keep track of account names, passwords, and credit cards across Mac devices. According to the changelog, the system update also adds a password generator for Safari; updates the lock screen TouchID behavior and patches a lockscreen bug; returns web and Wikipedia search to Spotlight; fixes several iMessage bugs; improves iWork stability; eliminates a VoiceOver bug that impacted Siri and input sensitivity; and resolves an accelerometer calibration issue. iOS 7 is free to download over the air and is compatible with devices such as the iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch.

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Doom Wolf

Oct 22, 2013, 3:24 PM


Apple keeps releasing update after update on their new OS to fix bugs after bugs after bugs after bugs after...

What's the point of having "the fastest mobile OS in the world" if it's all buggy?
Honestly I think the only thing that has changed is Apple's attitude towards the bugs, in the past they used to deny vigorously that their products had any bugs at all, now they are willing to admit it and send out updates almost as often as Windows. ...
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