Apple's iOS 7 Update To Fix Multiple Bugs
Posted: September 20, 2013 by Emily Brown
After all unexpected behaviors from the "world's most advanced mobile operating system", Apple has already updated its iOS 7 to fix a number of bugs affecting the iPhone 5S.
The iOS 7.01 update is said to fix a handful of issues including the lockscreen bug that was likely to cause the most headaches among future users. Even the company itself has acknowledged the existence of a hack that lets you bypass a user's lockscreen passcode, and thus gets you an access to all apps installed on the device, as well as to the user's social media accounts and full photo gallery. This exploit, which was tested successfully on iOS 7 when running on the iPhone 4S, 5, 5C, and 5S, as well as the most recent iPad model, has been discovered by 36-year-old soldier Jose Rodriguez.
Luckily, Apple is said to have fixed the bug via iOS 7.01, along with the one with Touch ID fingerprint security system , and other with iTunes purchases.