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Apple is preparing to release iOS 7.1.2, likely to fix two major bugs

22
May
2014

It won’t be much longer before Apple unveils iOS 8 but the company is still going to push out one last update to iOS 7.1 that will likely fix two critical bugs. MacRumors has noticed a distinct uptick in traffic coming from devices that run on an unreleased build called iOS 7.1.2 that it speculates will be used to patch bugs related to email encryption and text messages that don’t get delivered to former iPhone users who have switched to Android, Windows Phone or another mobile OS. Earlier this month German security researcher Andreas Kurtz found that that encryption for email attachments has been disabled on iOS versions 7 and higher, even the recently released iOS 7.1.1 that was issued specifically to fix

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