Apple Rolls Out iOS 6.0.1 With Bug Fixes


Apple today rolled out its first iOS 6 bug fix update since releasing the mobile OS in September.
Version 6.0.1 is accessible on the iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch, and fixes small bugs, including issues with the onscreen keyboard and camera flash.
The update repairs a glitch that prevents iPhone 5 users from installing software updates wirelessly over the air, as well as malfunctions that create horizontal lines across the keyboard and force the camera flash to not go off. Apple has also improved the reliability of the iPhone 5 and fifth-generation iPod touch while connected to encrypted WPA2 Wi-Fi networks, according to the software update. Additionally, the fix resolves an occasional cellular network malfunction for some iPhone users, and has consolidated the Use Cellular Data switch for iTunes Match. The popular Passcode Lock was patched to stop Passbook pass details from leaking onto the lock screen. Also, the new version fixes a bug affecting Exchange meetings. Users can download the 69.7MB update over the air, directly on their device, through Settings > General > Software Update, or connect to to iTunes.

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Ultrasn0w Fixer Updated For iOS 6.0.1: Unlock iPhone 4, iPhone 3GS


The incredibly useful “ultrasn0w fixer” is now available for the recently released iOS 6.0.1, meaning iPhone 4 and iPhone 3GS owners (on suitable basebands) can unlock their smartphone under the new version of the iOS.

As per, the basebands ultrasn0w fixer can unlock are limited to the following:

The jailbreak tweak allows jailbreakers to unlock their handset under the latest version of the iOS (such as iOS 6, and now iOS 6.0.1) even though the iPhone Dev-Team’s ultrasn0w package has yet to be updated. In order to use ultrasn0w fixer, first install ultrasn0w as usual, then add the new jailbreak tweak’s repository to the Cydia app (“http://repo.iparelhos.com”). After installing ultrasn0w and then ultrasn0w fixer, your iPhone 4 or iPhone 3GS should be unlocked, and available to use with any carrier.For information on jailbreaking under iOS 6.0.1, check out our post. And if you plan on unlocking your iOS 6.0.1-powered iPhone 4 or iPhone 3GS, good luck!

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iOS Update 6.0.1 Is Out, and It’s Mostly Bug Fixes


Apple just pushed out an update for iOS. Great! It’s almost all bug fixes. Uh… still great, sort of. Here’s the list:
Fixes a bug that prevents iPhone 5 from installing software updates wirelessly over the air.
Fixes a bug where horizontal lines may be displayed across the keyboard.
Fixes an issue that could cause camera flash to not go off.
Improves reliability of iPhone 5 and iPod touch (5th generation) when connected to encrypted WPA2 Wi-Fi networks.
Resolves an issue that prevents iPhone from using the cellular network in some instances.
Consolidated the Use Cellular Data switch for iTunes Match.
Fixes a Passcode Lock bug which sometimes allowed access to Passbook pass details from lock screen.
Fixes a bug affecting Exchange meetings.
You can download it through the Software Update utility or iTunes. We’ll let you know if anything more interesting is going on with the update.

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iOS 6 Untethered Jailbreak for iPhone 5 Update: iOS 6.0.1 Arrives Same Day iPhone Dev-Team Releases Redsn0w 0.9.15b3—What Does I


An iOS 6 untethered jailbreak for iPhone 5 and iPhone 4S as well as other A5 devices has been long on the mind of apple fanboys everywhere. In addition, numerous others upgraded their devices to iOS 6, only to discover there was no going back if SHSH blobs were not saved prior to the update. Though several phony teams have come and gone, and members of the iPhone Dev-Team and Chronic Dev-Team have established they are working the issue, the iOS 6 jailbreak has been a doozy to achieve as Apple has done a fine job of patching vulnerabilities discovered in earlier systems. Yesterday, however, the web was buzzing as the iPhone Dev Team released their latest redsn0w version 0.9.15b3 with some nice fixes for errors like 2601 that Windows users were seeing when using the Restore button. It also fixes a related Windows iTunes error 14 for stitched files. The same day, Redmond Pie reported an iOS 6.0.1 jailbreak was possible with the redsn0w update for A4 devices and earlier. While this information may be correct, there are some things that should be considered before going forward with the iOS 6.0.1 update.As you may know, last month, the iPhone Dev-Team released redsn0w version 0.9.15b1

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iOS 6.0.1 update and persistent problems


Roughly seven weeks ago Apple delivered iOS 6 to Apple device users, and with the arrival of the new operating system came quite a few problems, including issues with Apple Maps, battery issues reported with the iPhone 4 and 4S, and also WiFi problems. A few days ago Apple pushed out an update bringing it up to iOS 6.0.1, but it appears that the company still hasn’t managed to fix the issues with WiFi, along with other problems.One would have thought that by now Apple would have sorted the problems customers are experiencing with WiFi, but apparently this is not the case, as a report over on Zdnet has it that iOS 6.0.1 is still suffering from WiFi problems with customers reporting it is still inaccessible.This issue still appears to be hitting those that own an iPhone 4S more than any other users; however any device running iOS 6x could be affected with a greyed out WiFi option, with the suggestion from Apple being make sure Airplane mode if off, restart your device, update your device, reset network settings, and restore your iOS device in iTunes. After going through that process if you still experience problems you are to contact your carrier or Apple.

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How to update the iPhone 5 to iOS 6.0.1


iOS 6.0.1 is out for all compatible iOS devices, but the iPhone 5 requires an extra step to fix a bug. Here's how to update your iPhone 5 to the latest version of iOS. Apple just released the first update to iOS 6, set to fix a few bugs and improve performance. iOS 6.0.1 is available through the usual methods, over-the-air (OTA) or iTunes. But, if you use an iPhone 5, you will be presented with the screen above when you attempt to update using the OTA method.
To begin the process, launch the Settings app, tap on General, and then Software Update. Once you do that, you'll see the above message. Tap on Learn More to begin the process of fixing a bug that prevents your iPhone 5 from updating over the air. You first must download and install an iOS Updater app. Tap on Download and Install.A new app icon will appear on your device. But before you go tapping on it, you might need to restart your phone. To do that, you can either hold in the power button and turn it off, then back on, or hold in the power and home button at the same time and wait for it to reboot.

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