iOS 6.0.1 released, fixes iPhone 5 OTA software update issue and other bugs (update)

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Been waiting for Apple to refresh its mobile operating system ? Well, the wait is over, as Cupertino has just released iOS 6.0.1 with the promise of improvements and bug fixes. We just grabbed the update ourselves, and among the highlights are: a fix for the iPhone 5’s inability to receive OTA software updates, problems with the phone and the 5th-gen iPod Touch connecting to WPA2 encrypted WiFi networks, and other cellular connectivity issues as well. There’s also fixes for a passcode lock bug, a graphical keyboard glitch and a bug that prevented the 5’s camera flash from firing. Sound good? Go grab the download and let us know how it’s treating you in the comments below. Update: Thanks to our friends at TUAW, we should point out that iPhone 5 owners will need to download an updater app before they can grab 6.0.1. Filed under: Cellphones , Software , Mobile , Apple iOS 6.0.1 released, fixes iPhone 5 OTA software update issue and other bugs (update) originally appeared on Engadget on Thu, 01 Nov 2012 13:21:00 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds . Permalink   9to5Mac  |  Apple  |  Email this  |  Comments

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iOS 6.0.1 released, fixes iPhone 5 OTA software update issue and other bugs (update)

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