Apple has always had a reputation for releasing updates to fix serious bugs as quickly as they possibly can. Just a week after it came to light that there was a lockscreen vulnerability that allowed trespassers to gain access to anyone’s email and social networking accounts without typing in the user’s passcode.
The new iOS 7.0.2 update was released today and should arrive on devices across the globe in a timely manner and will provide a fix for the serious security vulnerability in the form of the lockscreen bybass bug, something common to large software updates from Cupertino. The new iOS 7.0.2 update also brings back the Greek keyboard for passcodes, making it so much easier to keep your device, and your personal data, safe and out of the hands of those that wish to cause havoc. Apple did not make a full list of new additions and fixes, but they are likely to have addressed certain concerns, although battery drain seems to be an ongoing glitch in the system.
Meanwhile, Apple’s iPad 5 and iPad Mini 2 are expected to shake up the tablet market once again, especially the radically redesigned Apple iPad 5.