This is a question that gets asked around a lot: do we have any new features in iOS 6.0.1? The simple answer is no, as iOS 6.0.1 is primarily tailored to fix iOS 6.0 issues.
Apple pushed iOS 6.0.1 update to its users last week, but this refreshed mobile OS manages to improve and fix only a few key issues. Let us have a look at the list of bugs that Apple seem to have fixed with the release of iOS 6.0.1 firmware:
Has iOS 6.0.1 fixed all the issues? That’s a question we have asked ourselves.
Some users in the Apple forum have painful stories to tell, and they are all blaming iOS 6.0.1 update. Apple iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch users on this firmware have reported bugs that are yet to be fixed. Some of them are as follows:
Apple says iOS 6.0.1 “improves reliability of iPhone 5 and iPod touch (5th generation) when connected to encrypted WPA2 Wi-Fi networks,” but that doesn’t mean there are no more network problems — in fact, there are many WiFi related problems plaguing the iOS users, such as:
Some users have reported that resetting the network fixes the WiFi issue, but the trick seem to be limited to iPhone 5 devices only.
When iOS 6.0.1 was released for download last week, over 7.5% people adopted the new iOS on their devices within 24 hours, according to a report from Chitika. Many folks thought the new iOS 6.0.1 will fix the problems that haunted them on iOS 6.0. Probably it’s time for Apple to release yet another update? Maybe iOS 6.0.2?
Are you facing any major issues on your iOS 6.0.1 devices? Share your thoughts through the comment section below!