iOS 7.0.4 has just been rolled out for iPhone and iPad users, and this software update comes not long after Apple had rolled out iOS 7.0.3, an update that some believe caused more problems than it had solved.
If you are using an iPhone 4 or later, iPod touch (5th generation) or later, iPad 2 or later, running iOS 5 or later, iOS 7.0.4 should be available as an over-the-air update for your device.
The earlier updates like the iOS 7.0.2 and iOS 7.0.3 resolved problem that allowed hackers to bypass a user’s lock screen and also iMessage issues.
The latest update brings some fixes and improvements including the Facetime issue that caused Facetime calls to fail for few users.
In the past, iOS updates have caused applications to start misbehaving. So far, the main applications such as Mail, Maps, Camera and Photos are all performing up to the par after the new update.
According to the reports, a lot of users have complained about poor battery life and Wi-Fi connection problems. Some users have been complaining that they can’t sigh into their network despite entering the correct password.
Apple has now sent out the first beta of iOS 7.1 to developers as the company looks to provide a solution to the bugs that have been affecting the software.
There doesn’t seem to be any major change with the operating system and hopefully it will address the problems that have been affecting users without creating any new ones.