Soon after the iOS 7 was released for iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch back in September, the Fruit Company unveiled several security updates in order to fix multiple bugs and problems reported by particular users. Various iOS 7 owners complained about a passcode bug or an iMessage problem, and Apple hurried to fix these two problems by releasing iOS 7.0.1 respectively iOS 7.0.2.
Now, the Cupertino-based company followed up its line of security updates and it upgraded its latest mobile firmware by dropping the iOS 7.0.3 version. This update comes to fix the existing iMessage bug that has affected quite a few users. In fact, the bug prevented users from sending or receiving messages while sometimes, the process was severely disrupted.
The new update comes with multiple new features and effects. For example, the new redesigned look of iOS 7.0.3 in what concerns the iMessage application, customers confessed that the new animations are quite disturbing. After the mass scandal around the Maps application and the iOS 6, iOS 7, which represented a complete overhaul of the entire operating system, it has been regarded with skeptical eyes.
iOS 7.0.3, which carries the build number 11B511, is available to all iOS devices capable of running iOS 7, and this list includes the brand new iPad Air and the iPad mini 2 with Retina display. Therefore, iPhone 4 and up, iPad 2 and up and the iPod Touch 5th generation are compatible with iOS 7.0.3. As expected, the update comes as an over-the-air update available in Apple’s App Store or at the following download links.
iOS 7.0.3 Download Links: