5 iOS 6.1.3 issues anger users, 6.1.4 update essential

By Peter Chubb - Mar 27, 2013

When Apple released iOS 6.1.3 update a week ago we assumed this would put an end to the passcode problem. However, this was not the case as the issue still persists, which we already discussed. This is not the only problem though, as we know of 5 other iOS 6.1.3 issues, which have angered users and as such are asking for Apple to rush update 6.1.4 out.

Looking over those five issues thanks to GottaBe Mobile, we can see why the release of iOS 6.1.4 update is essential, but we’re certain Apple will take their sweet time and more than likely will be unable to rectify all these issues because they are probably putting more effort into iOS 7 now.

While the idea of this will anger iOS users, it kind of makes sense, as Jony Ive will want to forget all about the current mobile OS because it has been considered a failure.

So what are these five iOS 6.1.3 issues? Well firstly while the Exchange issues have been vastly improved, they are still there because of abnormal activity. The battery life drain with the iPhone 5 seems worse than ever, and we feel as though this issue will never be resolved until iOS 7 is released later this year.

We have also learned those dreaded WiFi issues have returned after being resolved with iOS 6.1.2, although I have yet to personally see such an issue.

The final two issues are a loss of sound as some users have been unable to hear any sound from their iPhone, and security issues with the iPhone 4. There is a workaround with these security problems, but it can be a little tricky.

Do you believe Apple has given up trying to improve iOS 6 and is putting all its effort into making iOS 7 the best version yet, as well as not making the same mistakes we have seen in the past?

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  • [anonymous]

    Who actually thinks that battery life can be resolved with a big update like iOS 7. If so many functions are added and so many new background processes are running how much can be removed to improve battery life without altering the hardware.

  • Brett

    I always wait before updating my iPhone 4S to see the new issue and I can say I’m glad I didn’t update to 6.1.3 I give it about a week to see all the issue and now I know I WILL NOT update to 6.1.3 I mean why should I all they fixed was the ability to jailbreak and messed up even more. I mean no sound, people can get past my lock screen, battery drain , and wifi issues? No thank you I’m ok with people being to call out without my pass code (unlimited talk) but nothing else is wrong with it. It’s a shame apple had to push an update that wasn’t ready to removed the possibity of jailbreaking.