US-based tech giant Apple is scheduled to soon roll out new iOS 7.1.2, which will bring in fixes for iMessage, Lock Screen, iBeacon and other issues.
The upcoming software update is likely to resolve several issues, including email attachment encryption and the much-talked-about iMessage issues that troubled users in the past who left iOS for another problem and were unable to separate their phone numbers from Apple’s messaging platform.
The company earlier said that it is working towards resolving both of these issues and is scheduled to soon roll them out in a future software update. The new iOS 7.1.2 is seen as the first public update to roll out since the company made that promise.
Apple-centric publication Mac Rumors has released a report claiming that the company is all set to roll out iOS 7.1.2 soon. The publication added that the company has asked carriers to sign off on the update by Friday, June 27. If this report comes out true, then the company would publically release the new iOS 7.1.2 as soon as the following week.
The updated operating system is likely to address a bug that affects data transfer with third-party accessories, such as bar code scanners, along with bringing improvements to iBeacon connectivity.
However, nothing is confirmed at this point of time, but the company will surely release the new firmware soon to address the aforementioned issues.