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    iOS 7.0.2 now out addressing Security risk . . .
    iOS 7.0.2 is now out addressing security issues outlined here. Pretty mute but it all helps
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    Hey Brent, what happened to iOS 7.01 or is Apple just skipping over that one?

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    7.0.1 was for the 5s/c. They shipped with 7.0, Apple strongly suggested upgrade on first connect.

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    OK, thanks. I thought maybe I had missed something.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MacInWin View Post
    7.0.1 was for the 5s/c. They shipped with 7.0, Apple strongly suggested upgrade on first connect.
    ^^ That

    Honestly, i thought the same, and havnt even seen anything on 7.0.1, and i have the feeds from the tech sites, seems not to been as important it seems haha
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