Apple pushes out iOS 7.0.5 update for iPhone

Jacob Siegal
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Apple released the iOS 7.0.5 update on Wednesday, a very minor update for iOS 7 that should fix network issues for the iPhone 5s and iPhone 5c in China. The update comes less than two weeks after the launch of the iPhone on China Mobile.  According to MacRumors, the update is only available for select devices, specifically those that are compatible with China’s mobile networks. This is the first software update since 7.0.4 in November, which also contained minor bug fixes, including a FaceTime issue that was said to affect every device. The full list of iOS devices that will receive the 7.0.5 update follows below:

iPhone 5s 

  • A1457 (UK/Europe)
  • A1528 (China)
  • A1530 (Asia Pacific)

iPhone 5c 

  • A1507 (UK/Europe)
  • A1526 (China)
  • A1529 (Asia Pacific)

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