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Apple pushes out iOS 7.0.2. to fix security issues

by on27 September 2013 1597 times

It took around a week for Apple to create a patch for the mess they created with security flaws in the iOS 7. With the new operating system for Apple's smart devices along came some serious problems too, which with a couple of tricks allowed unauthorized access to your device, and the information on it.


New upgrade under the label 7.0.2. corrects security problems that allowed access to the installed applications like Gmail, Facebook, Camera, but also the establishment of any calls at a time when only emergency calls should be accessible by bypass the lock screen. With the correction of bugs, upgrade once again allows users to enter the password using the Greek keyboard.

The upgrade can be downloaded by all users who have a minimum of iPhone 4, iPad 2, iPod Touch fifth generation or later device via iTunes or directly through the device using OTA functions.

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Last modified on 27 September 2013
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