iOS 7.1.2 to roll out on June 2 during WWDC 2014 conference

According to a new report from Feng, Apple will release the new version of iOS which will be iOS 7.1.2 during its WWDC conference taking place on June 2. The new update similar to previous iOS updates will only include some fixes for mayor bugs and address some security issues but will not make any mayor changes to the system, one of the 2 mayor bugs it will most likely fix is the one where Android users won’t receive text messages due to an iMessage problem which Apple promised would “fix in future updates” and an issue with email attachments which after 7.0.4 didn’t encrypt the attached file.

iOS 7.1.2

iOS 7.1.2 isn’t the only software update we are expecting to launch during WWDC as Apple has also been working on iOS 8 which several employees seem to be running already as MacRumors  has seen traffic from devices running iOS 8 “rise steadily over the past couple of months”. Don’t forget to check out our list of 6 paid iOS apps that are available for free for a limited time.

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