Forget iOS 7.0.3 and release 7.1 already
Since Apple released the iOS 7 operating system back in September many users have been beset with various problems, which have affected users of a number of Apple mobile devices. There will be many users that would prefer Apple to forget about iOS 7.0.3 and release iOS 7.1 instead.
We heard last month that a number of different versions of iOS 7 would be undergoing various testing, and more recently iOS 7.0.3 had been seeded to Apple employees for final testing. iOS 7.0.3 is thought to be coming to fix the various issues that have been affecting users since the software was released.
It could be a case of jumping straight to iOS 7.1 soon though as next week we are likely to see some new iPad’s, and hopefully this will address the issues that have been seen such as the keyboard lag on the iPhone 4S, blue screen of death on the iPhone 5S, and the problem of apps crashing on certain devices.
Many owners of the iPhone feel that Apple should just forget iOS 7.0.3 and release iOS 7.1 to properly address these issues, but there are many users that just don’t like the new design with the latest version of the software.
There are some readers that stated they can’t get on with the Calendar App now finding it difficult to read due to the white background, and some owners of the iPhone 5S get fed up with the handset locking while you are reading something but you need to enter your passcode or putting your finger on the Touch ID again. If Apple were to alter this so a user can set the Require Passocde to a set length of time besides just immediately this wouldn’t be a problem.
Would you prefer Apple to launch iOS 7.1 next?