Apple has claimed that they have found fix for the bug causing excess activity on the Microsoft Exchange account. This fix will be available in the upcoming update of the software. This bug is too much frustrating, even for the corporate IT department. They have also blocked their devices from Exchange servers, according to ZDNet.
This is of course not the first fix released by Apple for its latest iOS. In previous week, they have also launched bug fixing update for the iOS 6.1.1 aiming on iPhone 4S. This update is targeted to fix the issues of euro pen carrier holders, related on the 3G connection of the phone.
Darrell Etherington has noted that Apple has launched its new update in just five days for their iOS device. This may be due to warning issued by two European mobile operators- 3 Austria and Vodafone UK for text messages. They have warned them to update iPhone 4S to the iOS 6.1 due to worst 3G connection problems.
Apple has taken immediate action as this bug is proving annoying for the enterprise users which are finding it difficult to work around. Apple does not really want these users to shift back to iOS 6.0.
According to the statement given by Apple, “Users of iOS devices who has availed Microsoft Exchange related bug will now be able to encounter increased network working in reduced battery life. The extra network working will be encountered in logs on Exchange servers and it will lead on blocking iOS device.
- Apple examined carriers for the 4G performance before announcing iPhone as LTE device
- T-mobile entered into an agreement with Apple. Together they will bring products in the market from the year 2013
- Apple is already in the gaming industry
There’s an iOS game from UK developers Kwalee called Pussy Flip. Get your minds out of the gutter, it’s about cats! A classic puzzle game in the tradition of Othello that calls for “strategic pussy placement” to win. Lost in translation or perhaps intentional joke, you must admit Pussy Flip is an attention grabber.
I think the title is hilarious but in a probably wise move, a future update to Pussy Flip will include a name change to Flip The Cats. With so many games on the App Store I probably would have not even been aware of this game were it not for its innuendo inspiring title. I’m sold, well-played Kwalee, well-played.
Pussy Flip is now available on Apple’s App Store for .99 cents.
Apple is one of the companies which has enjoyed breakthrough in its almost every product line and as a whole, they are considered as immensely successful. They have marked their name in provision of hardware devices as well as software service providers. Now their retail chain is also showing success, which according to the analysts can be greatest innovation for the company.
In the Goldman Sachs investor conference, Cook has shared retail plans of Apple. He has explained in detail about the growth and success of Apple stores and also shared expansive strategy for 2013. You can also visualise the chart of progress on the keys like store visitors, international distribution, store opening and others on the blog post of Asymco’s Horace Dediu.
The most important graphical comparison done by Dediu is store open Vs store visitors. Apple has encountered more physical presence basing on the average numbers of visitors, for the last two years. Stores of Apple, in every location where they are existing, is about 1 million. The new strategy discussed by Apple is not only about store opening but also about closing existing ones and also replacing the larger outlets.
Apple has launched its own iPod touch inventory system and check out points and has changed their structure of stores for providing EasyPay shopping to the customers. They have come up with in store pick up so to change the thinking about brick and mortar stores.
It is important to bear in mind that Apple’s new retail leadership has recently entered into the turmoil. The success and creation of Apple’s retail division is attributed to the former retail operator, Mr. Rob Johnson who has left Apple in June 2011. He has been replaced by Mr. Dixons which was CEO of John Browett in January 2012. This person is being hired after six months of first left over and his hiring was quite controversial. In October 2012, this person was also dismissed from his job and Apple is still in search to replace Browett.
- Apple’s store planning and philosophy in the unaired video
- According to IBM initial results, Cyber Monday sales rise by 28.4% with iPhone bringing in most of the customers to retail sites.
- In just three months Apple has shown growth by 400% in India
It looks like the iOS 6.1 update has fixed the longstanding problem with the App Store Purchased section not loading. As I posted about recently this issue was affecting numerous users and was a known issue that Apple’s engineering team has been working on.
After the iOS 6.1 update I can once again load the Purchased section in the App Store on my iPad 3 and iPad mini. I can get both tabs of the section to load too – the All tab and ‘Not on This iPad’.
It still takes quite a while to load each page (a minute or more) and sometimes switching between tabs will make the App Store app crash back to the home screen – but most of the time it is working OK for me.
For those of you who were seeing this problem before, what are your results when trying this after the iOS 6.1 update?