Apple has finally come out with the iOS 6.0.1 update for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch owners. This is the first update since the release of iOS 6 and its 200 new features to the public back in September.
The iOS 6.0.1 is a huge bug fix update and one that iPhone, iPad and iPod touch users have been looking forward to since the release of the software. The update promises to fix many of the bugs that have been annoying iDevice users for more than a month. Two of the bugs that were fixed are the Wi-Fi bug that was preventing some iPhone 5 and iPod touch owners from connecting to their home Wi-Fi networks and the keyboard bug where some owners were seeing horizontal lines displayed across the keyboard.
In addition, Apple says that the update will take care of cellular reception issues that some iPhone users had been experiencing since upgrading to iOS 6 as well as an issue that prevented the camera’s flash from going off.