Apple released the update to iOS 8.1.3. The update was expected since had to solve a number of problems much discussed by the Apple community such as the one regarding the WiFi and the problem of the present calendar in 8.1.2. But be careful before doing the update, dangers ahead!
Pare invece che l’aggiornamento uscito troppo tempestivamente abbia puntato più alla lotta contro il jailbreak che alla reale resolution of problems well known to Apple.
With the new iOS 8.1.3 In fact, Apple has blocked the ability to run the jailbreak sui nostri dispositivi che si poteva agilmente fare utilizzando Pangu. Therefore, if you jailbreak-employees our advice is to not upgrade to iOS 8.1.3 at least as long as the team of developers of jailbreak tool not find another vulnerability in the firmware to allow you to esegure again the jailbreak on your iPhone or iPad with iOS 8.1.3.
If instead you are not interested in the jailbreak on iPhone iPad then I can safely upgrade.
Il nuovo aggiornamento iOS 8.1.3 promises to make the following changes:
- Reduces the amount of memory needed to perform a software update (therefore you will not have to empty your device to free up space without which the update was not in the mode OTA (Over the Air)
- Resolves an issue that prevented some users to enter the password for your Apple ID and Messages Facts
- Fixes an issue that caused the block Spotlight in view of the results of the app
- Resolves an issue that prevented movement multitasking his iPad
Everything here? Unfortunately you. Il nuovo aggiornamento non risolve alcuni bug piuttosto gravi ben noti ad Apple e riscontrati dai proprietari di iPhone Oldest, widely reported since iOS 8 was launched 17 th September.
At Present, the biggest problem is that of Wifi: iPhone and iPad do not connect or connect to the network for a short time, and a thread dedicated to the problem on the Apple support forum has collected more than 500.000 hits on more than 100 pages of lively discussion.
Inoltre iOS 8.1.3 does not solve the so-called bug GMT. It happens that when you create a new appointment on the calendar, the predetermined time is changed automatically in a time zone different from that of their own country. In Italy for example the classic GMT 1, corresponding to the time of Rome, is changed to GMT, causing an earlier than the real to be assigned to the appointment. Attenzione dunque ai vostri appuntamenti perché dopo aver changed the time bringing it to the correct version you will also need to adjust the time that will be of recoiled 60 minutes.
In fact, the firmware iOS 8 has the brute vice change the time of your appointments: il vostro appuntamento potreste trovarvelo impostato sul fuso orario GMT Greenwich Mean Time, "Greenwich Mean Time", l’ora di Londra per intenderci e non con il nostro di Roma (CET – Central European Time).