“In the name of the wee man” (as we say north of the border), what a freakin’ palaver iOS 6.1 has been.
Tap Settings > General > Software Update and you’ll find iOS 6.1.2, which promises to fix “an Exchange calendar bug that could result in increased network activity and reduced battery life.” It weighs in at 12.8MB, should you care.
That’s all well and good, iOS 6.1.2, but what about the passcode bypass thingy? Why you no address?
As discovered by Jailbreaknation last week, a bizarre series of swipes gives potential hackers access to the Contacts app, from which calls can be made and details exported. Heck, you can get into the bloomin’ photo gallery, too.
Somewhat ironically, things were looking pretty good for iOS 6.1 in the early stages, with an estimated 22% of iDevice owners updating in just 36 hours. Take that, Jelly Bean! (Calm down; I’m joking).
Ah well, roll on iOS 6.1.3, I guess.