If iOS 7.1.1 is giving you hard time on iPad and iPhone Good news, Apple has released fix for screen crashes, launching problem and security loopholes in the latest iOS 7.1.2 update. Apple has been rolling out the new update for few weeks now and for many iOS 7.1.2 fixes annoying issues like unexpected rebooting, , launching trouble and security concerns.
Earlier anyone who can get physical access to your iPhone could have access your contacts via Siri without having to enter the security code but iOS 7.1.2 change that. Now users will have to enter a passcode to access the contact details.
iOS’s default browser Safari now identifies malicious website much better thanks to improved memory handling in the latest upgrade.
Another key issue related to theft fixed by Apple is a fault in the find my iPhone feature that used to allow thieves to physically deactivate the feature without login in via iCloud. The iOS 7.1.2 upgrade makes some changes into the “Find My iPhone” feature to address the issue.
While the new upgrade solve a lot of security and launch related issues it comes with a set of new problems. As soon as Apple started rolling out the iOS 7.1.2 software update iOS users voice out on twitter to complain issues that appear after updating to the latest software.
For some users the upgrade has landed with missing or wrongly synced contacts from iCloud. However the problem isn’t exactly a problem, you can easily get all your contacts in order by following these simple instructions.
Severe battery drain is another problem that most iOS users are complaining about but that should resolve automatically in about a week once the device tune into the new set up.