Apple releases iPhone OS 3.1.3

Apple releases iPhone OS 3.1.3
With the unveiling of the Apple iPad behind us, some were eager in seeing the latest iPhone OS to make an appearance during last week’s event in San Francisco. Fortunately iPhone owners are getting an update; although it doesn’t bring forth anything that would excite owners too much. You can connect your iPhone to iTunes and grab yourself the latest OS 3.1.3 – which brings along some back end fixes that won’t bring down the house. It improves the accuracy of the reported battery level on the iPhone 3GS, resolves issue where third-party apps would not launch in some instances, and fixes bugs that may cause an app to crash when using the Japanese Kana keyboard. So there you have it folks – just your typical update that resolves some bugs. Jailbroken owners may want to hold back from installing the update right now until they get the green light. If you’re not in that boat, then go right ahead and get yourself into the latest iPhone OS.

via Engadget


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