Apple iOS 7.0.3 rolling out today

Jamie Feltham
October 23, 2013

It turns out that Apple withheld one tiny piece of news in its press conference yesterday. Another update to Apple iOS 7 has released today. Say hello to Apple iOS 7.0.3.

The update itself promises a range of improvements and bug fixes, and measures in at 51.7MB. Included is iCloud Keychain, which keeps track of account names, passwords and credit card numbers and a password generator for Safari to help suggest unique passwords.

Another update is a delay to the displaying of “slide to unlock” message when using the Touch ID sensor.

Then there’s the fixes. Apple says that 7.0.3 includes fixes to the failing iMessage services including stopping messages from sending and the app from activating. There’s a tweak to the accelerometer calibration, which has been having a few issues, and another fix for possible lock screen bypassing.

There’s a whole list of other tweaks. We’ve included the full list below (thanks to Tech 4 Idiots for that). This update is arriving a little bit later than we’d hoped, given the iMessage issues, but it’s still good to see it finally arrive.


Source: Tech 4 Idiots

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Jamie Feltham

Videogamer, music listener, squash player, exerciser, technology journalister. Multimedia journalism graduate, writing for the What Mobile mag and website

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