Apple Releases iOS 6.1.2 to Address Exchange Calendar Bug

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    In line with a report from last week, Apple has just released iOS 6.1.2. According to Apple, the update addresses a Microsoft Exchange bug but sources had indicated that it also addresses a lock screen passcode issue.

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    The update arrives as Build 10B146 for most devices, with the exception of cellular-capable iPad mini and fourth-generation iPad models that are receiving Build 10B147.

    Update: Users are reporting that the update does not in fact fix the passcode bug.

    Article Link: Apple Releases iOS 6.1.2 to Address Exchange Calendar Bug
     
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    Any word on if it still works with the evasi0n jailbreak?
     
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    any update that has the word 'battery' in the change log good to me!
     
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    Now am waiting to hear of a new bug with a new bug-fix update.
     
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    Nice, 12.8 MB. If only all OS updates were of this size... :p
     
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    i hope so!
     
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    Not really. I just tested! Seems pretty much the same.
     
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    Report: iOS 6.1.2 seems to have an Apple Maps bug... oops.. nvm:p
     
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    Now if they would just release OS X 10.8.3 with a Fusion Drive-compatible Disk Utility... :p Yeah, I went there...
     
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    Software update failed. Tried it four times on my 5th gen iPod touch.
     
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    nah we r only on beta 11 of a bugfix update :p
     
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    Agreed. Seems like the longest beta period ever!
     
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    Does it fix the bug where people could access your contacts & pictures?
     
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    Yes, apparently.
     
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    Upgraded both our iPads and my 3GS. Everything went smoothly.
     
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    Rebooted. Still cant update. I have to agree to the stupid user agreement twice it downloads then errors out on preparing download.
     
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    I just wonder why we can't get these updates OTA cellular? Why only with a wifi? Or am I missing a setting somewhere. I've got unlimited LTE. 12MB update won't break me...
     
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    Changed wifi networks still can't update. This is ticking me off.
     
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    Evasi0n

    I had to accept a restore for my JB'n iPhone 4S 16GB. I'm restoring from a backup as I type. I'll let you know what happens to the Evasi0n.

    As a side note, I've long experienced a large "Other" space of about 3.5 GB..when I restored, i did so as new...just to see...started as a new iPhone it has an "Other" space of about 0.5 GB. Now, I'm restoring to from backup...like I said. Naturally all my Other space should be back, but we'll see about evasion.
     
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    Updating an iPad (3) via iTunes on an iMac. Download to take 16 minutes?! It is on a good broadband network. Must be all you peeps slamming the Apple servers.
     

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