Apple Rolls out iOS 7.0.6 For SSL Connection Concerns

| February 24, 2014 | 0 Comments

Apple Rolls out iOS 7.0.6 For SSL Connection Concerns

The latest version of Apple’s mobile operating system iOS 7.0.6 has been released to fix SSL connection verification.

Today, we see a little movement from the Apple as it has announced a new update to iOS 7 for iPhone, iPod touch and iPad devices. The new upgrade includes main focus on SSL connection verification issue along with other bug fixes. It can be accessed through iTunes and OTA, covering 35.4MB for iPhone 5S and 14.3MB for iPad Air.

Most users aren’t in a habit of moving with the calendar, so they miss out some important things. As a reminder, Apple has already released iOS 7.0.5 back in January. Those who live in China should give it a think as it addresses network problems in the China. Though, Apple didn’t give it such importance and we don’t see this update mentioned in the Apple Update page.  Apart from it, Apple has also announced iOS 6.1.6 upgrade for 4th generation iPot Touch and iPhone 3GS.

Apple Rolls out iOS 7.0.6

The Apple’s latest iOS 7.0.6 update is compatible with iPhone 4/4S/5/5S/5C. It also applies to the 3rd and 4th generation iPads, iPad mini, iPad Air, iPad mini (Retina Display), iPad 2 and 5th generation iPod Touch devices.

We’ll keep you posted with more  iOS 7 updates. So, stay tuned and feel free to let us know about your views in the comment section below.


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