Those Apple fans who lined up for a shiny new iPhone 5 or pre-ordered it beforehand should already start expecting another software upgrade by Apple. Because by some recent reports, Apple has completed development of iOS 6.0.1 and is currently testing it. And there is also news of the iOS 6.1 software upgrade but apparently, it isn’t expected to be released until before the Christmas holidays so those Apple fans who were hoping for the iPad Mini (or whatever Apple calls it) to run a new OS should lower their hopes.
iOS 6.0.1 is reported to bring a few bug improvements such as fixing the screen flickering when the iPhone 5 keyboard pops up. This upgrade is also rumored to fix an issue with camera’s flash not working while taking a pic.
But BGR editor is speculating about a whole new set of bugs which are to be fixed in iOS 6.0.1,
In addition, the new software will improve Wi-Fi support, fix cellular data not working in some cases, add a consolidated cellular data switch for iTunes Match, fix a bug that allowed access to Passbook pass details from the lock screen, and also finally fix the bug that caused Exchange meetings to be unexpectedly cancelled for the entire calendar invite group.
Whatever it is, it doesn’t look like Apple is bringing anything new with iOS 6.0.1.