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Apple has just released iOS 6.1.3 to the general public. Those people who want to download iOS 6.1.3 for their iPhone, iPad and iPod touch can do so by checking out the instructions below. Before you download iOS 6.1.3 make sure you read the below to check whether it is safe to update or not, for those jailbreakers.
Download iOS 6.1.3
Apple has finally released iOS 6.1.3 after much speculation. Many people expected Apple to release this update couple of weeks back but Apple took its time to get this firmware version out.
iOS 6.1.3 brings two important fixes. First of all it fixes the passcode bug which allowed anyone to hack into an iPhone even if they had a passcode and secondly, it brings out fixes to maps in Japan.
Here is the change log:
Fixes a bug that could allow anyone to bypass the passcode and access the phone app.
Improvements to Maps in Japan.
You might have already been aware of this hack, which allowed anyone to bypass the passcode. Although it wasn’t a major flaw in iOS operating system but nonetheless it was something that worried many people. Well finally, Apple has fixed this.
Those of you who quickly want to fix this bug and can do so by download iOS 6.1.3.
To download iOS 6.1.3 for your iPhone, iPad and iPod touch; simply head over to Settings > General > Software Update. Tap on download and Install. You can also connect your iOS device to the computer and a message will pop up telling you a new firmware is available. Simply click on download and install.
Those people who are currently jailbroken on iOS 6.x, should not download iOS 6.1.3, until we get the confirmation that evasion untethered jailbreak is working or not. Also, if you rely on unlocking, do not update to this new version.
Stay tuned for more updates.