Apple released updates for iOS 7 and iOS 6 users on Friday. The iOS 7.0.6 update is a security update that the company says “provides a fix for SSL connection verification.”
This is a small update, clocking in at just 35MB on a Verizon iPhone 5S. Apple also released an update for iOS 6 users on the iPhone 3GS and fourth-generation iPod touch. iOS 6.1.6 reportedly offers a number of bug fixes.
Apple is expected to release iOS 7.1 soon, perhaps as soon as early March, which will address a number of lingering iOS 7 niggles, including the ever-present soft-reboot issue (we’re calling it the black/white screen of death)