It’s been two days since the final version of iOS 7 was released to the public, and today the new terminals from the Bite Block company are on sale. Users who receive the device today will see how, they will have a surprise in the form of an upgrade. Version 7.0.1 is exclusively available for the iPhone 5c and 5s to fix bugs and make some improvements.
Today was the day marked for the launch of the new terminals of Cupertino’s company. The first units of the powerful iPhone 5s and the colourful iPhone 5c are already in the hands of users in the initial list of countries where these new devices were to land .
They will have a surprise when they boot their device as, right after starting they will have a new update of the, just released, iOS 7 available. This is version 7.0.1 which is intended to fix some bugs found with the release of the latest revision of your mobile operating system.
This new update, is exclusive to the iPhone 5s and iPhone 5c . This revision was more than ready when the final version of iOS 7 was released on September 18th but it was not until today that users would start unpacking and messing around with their new devices .
The update seems to have been released to solve some kind of problem with the new Touch ID sensor that is available on the iPhone 5s. A small problem with authentication using our fingerprint when making purchases on the iTunes Store seems to be the cause of this new revision , according to Walt Mossberg of AllThingsD.
Officially, the Californian company reports that this is a minor patch to fix small bugs and make some improvements to the seventh version of iOS. There has to be something else since, the iPhone 5c, lacks this fingerprint reader and the update is also aimed at it. At the moment, it is not known how this update will affect the more colorful range of the iPhone .
As usual, the update can be done via OTA by accessing the Settings on our device or via iTunes , which was recently updated to version 11.1 to support the new terminals that come with iOS 7. Clearly, in Cupertino do not rest and work at 200% of their capacity to fix possible bugs in their software that may affect, in one way or another, the expected performance of their devices.