iOS 6.1.2 update was rolled out by Apple some time in middle of February for the iPad, iPhone and iPod owners. The aim was to get rid of the bug related to Exchange battery drain that had been frustration the owners ever since But ever since the update, there have been criticisms about several bugs that the users are experiencing, even after latest update.
The first big update was rolled out at the end of January that brought with it a number of new features such as new lock screen music control, visible button for reporting Apple Map bugs as well as a new feature for Siri.
iPad and iPhone owners are observing abnormal battery drain with their devices while Phone 4S owners are experiencing 3G connectivity issues. A flaw was also observed in the lock screen security. Emergency Call button allowed unwanted access to the contacts and photos in the iPhone due to a bug.
Issues related to 3G were tackled by Apple quickly within a few days after the release of iOS 6.1 by rolling out iOS 6.1.1. iOS 6.1.2 was pushed by Apple, in February to tackle the issue of battery drain. However, no fixes were offered for the security.
The iOS 6.1.2 update was downloaded by millions of iOS device owners but it seems some issues still need to be sorted out and some of the bugs are still there. The battery drain issue with iOS 6.1 was use to a calendar bug inside of Exchange. Many iPhone 4S owners had to cordon off their data due to iOS 6.1.2.
Many Exchange users are facing serious battery drain and worse even while there are promises from iOS 6.1.2 to fix the issue. There have been complaints from many iPhone and iPad owners reporting that their Exchange issues have not been fixed.
Many iOS 6.1.2 users have claimed that viewing and saving photos was working fine but they are unable to view the messaged photos as the software kept hanging up on the re-size screen.
Now that users are having problems with iOS 6.1.2, they are more likely to look forward to the iOS 6.1.3 update for help and this may take several weeks.