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Apple releases iOS 6.1

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 28 Jan 2013 22:33 User comments (4)

Apple releases iOS 6.1 Apple has released their next major update for iOS today, version 6.1.
The update is available to iPad, iPhone, iPod touch, and Apple TV users and is available OTA.

Apple states that the following have been updated, added or improved (via 9to5):

LTE support for more carriers (Apple previously announced that it would add more LTE carriers this week). 36 additional iPhone carriers. 23 additional iPad carriers.

Purchase movie tickets through Fandango via Siri (US only)

iTunes Match subscribers can now download individual songs from iCloud

New button to reset the Advertising Identifier.


Finally, Apple TV users will also finally receive Bluetooth keyboard compatibility.

Apple's Phil Schiller was quick to call iOS 6 the most popular version of the OS, yet: "Nearly 300 million iPhone, iPad and iPod touch devices on iOS 6 in just five months, it may be the most popular new version of an OS in history."

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4 user comments

129.1.2013 16:57

But they couldn't include a new feature to keep the mindless haters from hating it.

229.1.2013 20:30

Originally posted by xnonsuchx:
But they couldn't include a new feature to keep the mindless haters from hating it.
And apparently they cannot leave out enough features to keep the brainwashed sheep from loving it and lining up to get a new one every new iGadget release.

Oh and BTW I have an iPhone 4S and while it is a good device it is still just a stupid phone that does pretty much the sme thing other stupid phones do.

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329.1.2013 23:46

Well, it definitely takes the same type of infantile mindset to be a hater as it does to be a fanboy.

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