Apple Inc. released their new version of iOS named iOS 7 at their iPhone event back in September. The new Operating system came with many goodies out of which the refreshed User Interface was the most appreciated among the “i-users”. Every new software version does come with a handful of issues and bugs so did iOS 7, Apple has been constantly releasing fix updates since the iOS 7 update rolled out to users. The fourth fix update is now seeding to users and is coded as iOS 7.0.4 following the general trend after 7.0.1, 7.0.2 & 7.0.3 fixes released till yet.
The update promises a fix to the FaceTime issue that has been plaguing some users, along with the usual range of other “bug fixes and improvements.” Not to be left out, iPod touch users unable to upgrade to iOS 7 can also download an update to iOS 6 that promises to remedy the same FaceTime problem.
The iBooks and iTunes U apps are also redesigned, and now the look resembles Apple’s Newsstand app and the App Store itself.