Apple has today after rolling out the updated version of iOS 7 final IPSW for compatible iPhone, iPad and iPod touch device released iOS 7.0.1. Download is now live, available via Software update for iPhone 5s and iPhone 5c users staring from Friday, the September 20th.
Prior to the iOS 7 launch, rumors suggesting that Apple was being tested not only on iOS 7.0.1, but on the iOS 7.1 update as well ahead of iOS 7. It’s expected that the release date of iOS 7.0.1 is set and the Cupertino is all ready to deliver iOS 7.0.1 to iPhone 5s and 5C.
According to listing of iOS 7.0.1 discovered by 9to5Mac, buried within Apple’s update XML file, confirming that the imminent of an 7.0.1 iOS update is on its way. Appears that the update would be fixing an issue with Touch ID and iTunes purchases, and when iPhone 5s and iPhone 5c owners get their hands-on and unboxed the device they will receive an surprising update, the iOS 7.0.1. Touch ID certainly is the best Fingerprint sensor technology that is paired with the i5S’s new fingerprint reader, embedded in the iPhone 5’s home button.
Direct links to download iOS 7.0.1 update has been also discovered though. Something but all confirms the arrival this Friday for new iPhone owners. iOS 7.0.1 will likely skip owners of Apple’s other iPhones and iPads and could mean that they skip to iOS 7.0.2 in just a few weeks.