This update is so small that the U.S.A won’t even be getting it at all. That’s not to say that the U.S and other places won’t eventually be seeing something similar, but this iOS 7.0.5 has been issued strictly for China at the moment, according to Apple’s official release notes that are available from their website. They have also stated that it will be released over the air to some other areas in the world that they haven’t stipulated.
It doesn’t matter where you are in the world if you want to download it manually, however, because all you need to do is click on the links that have been given below and install it that way.
Choose the right one that matches up with the name of your handset below:
The trusty authors over at Mac Rumors were the ones who we got this information off, so if you want to learn more, you can also click-through via the link we gave and see what they had to say about it.
Normally when the firmware has come out with just bug fixes, it isn’t something that users care all that much about. However, in this particular instance, because iOS 7 varied from the older forms of operating system by a great degree there have been many people reporting certain problems. Because of that, hearing the word bug fixes in the notes may indeed be something that is well worth investing your time in so that they in your software that’s now running.
If you are still debating on whether to upgrade to is 7 or not because you have heard some bad things, I would recommend that you do try it out. I haven’t come across any problems at all. Sometimes my Springboard crashes, but that is to do with the Evasi0n jailbreak and not to do with anything the Cupertino company has done at all. It’s really fast and smooth for my use. Most of the applications get updated to suit the OS, and that’s all you need to worry about.
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