As shared in our previous blog - “Latest iOS 7’s Lockscreen Bugs That Apple Can’t Fix in Quick Time” regarding the launch of Apple’s iOS 7 and some of the glitches the users faced, we are back again to keep you updated about something important. Good news for the iOS lovers and Apple users! The software giant unveiled an update for the latest operating system, which fixes the bypass lock screen bug.
Apple, once again proving its wit, has released an update to its latest iOS 7, fixing a bug that allowed hackers to bypass user’s locked screen and gain access to their email, Twitter and Facebook accounts.
A few days before, Apple launched its most awaited and much talked about operating system - iOS 7 along with the release of iPhone 5s and 5c. However, this operating system came with few bugs bringing some serious security issues for the users. Among them, trespassing lock screen and accessing some personal data was deadly.
When the glitch was surfaced by a 36 year-old soldier Jose Rodriguez living in Spain’s Canary Island, Apple soon caught on and promised a fix, which has arrived now. The new 21MB download removes the bug that allows someone to bypass the lock screen password, is stated in the software update description. Additionally, the new iOS 7.0.2 has reintroduced a new option for passcode entry with Greek keyboard.
To simply update your iPhone or iPad with the latest iOS 7.0.2 navigate to Settings>General>Software update or you can plug your gadget into a PC and update via iTunes.