Apple completed testing updates for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch mobile devices, according to MacRumors. The iOS 7.1.2 firmware error correction is expected to be dropped in the coming days.
Currently, the Cupertino company is working on a new update for iOS-devices, sources said. iOS 7.1.2 will be update will aim at fixing bugs found in the previous version, which debuted on April 23. Recall that iOS 7.1.1 update included a number of improvements about security and bug fixes. In particular, the iPhone 5s has improved its Touch ID fingerprint sensor reliability ans fixed a bug that could affect the sensitivity of the keyboard.
The iOS 7.1.2 will be correct errors found in the e-mail application and iMessage delivery bug issues, whis is that after changing ecosystem SMS-messages from iPhone to Android-phones come through iMessage on disabled and inactive phone. Another bug fix update will be email attachments encryption. As found in early May, by a computer security expert Endrea Kertz, who used on millions of Apple mobile devices as part of the user data, including images, documents and other contents.
In addition, iOS 7.1.2 should close a security vulnerability that allows anyone to bypass the screen lock by entering PIN-code and access applications on your smartphone.
According to MacRumors, Apple has already started to distribute the final assembly update to carriers and the release of iOS 7.1.2 can take place in the near future. The final version will be available to download for iPhone 4 users or newer model phone, iPod touch 5G, as well as the iPad 2 or newer model tablet (including iPad mini).(Source: MacRumors)