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iOS 6.0.2 was released by Apple today for the iPhone 5 and iPad Mini.
The beta version of iOS 6.1 was released to developers yesterday and the company decided to roll out iOS 6.0.2 to the masses today.
The update does not bring anything new to the software, but fixes various bugs that have affected iPhone and iPad users.
The update can be accessed through iTunes, on the device, or through a computer.
It is available for the Wi-Fi only, GSM, and CDMA models of the iPad Mini, and also comes for the GSM and CDMA iPhone 5.
The software is also supposed to correct a Wi-Fi issue.
9to5Mac is already reporting that users are having problems with iOS 6.0.2.
Some users are running into problems while trying to download the update to their devices. Once they command the phone to check for an update an error occurs. Apple should be fixing this problem soon.
Apple released the 4th beta version of iOS 6.1 yesterday. It is available OTA (over-the-air) and only those who are running previous versions of the software are able to update to the new one.
iOS 6.1 is expected to correct even more issues and improve the software overall.
Apple also seeded a new preview of Xcode 4.6 and a new Apple TV beta to developers.
The first version of iOS 6 rolled out back in September when the iPhone 5 was first unveiled.
The software is currently available for most of Apple's devices including the iPhone 4, iPhone 4S, iPad 2, iPad 3rd Generation, and iPod Touch 4th generation.
It introduced some new features to Apple users and comes pre-installed on the iPhone 5, 5th generation iPad and 5th generation iPod.