Apple has released a new update for iOS 7, fixing a pesky bug which has prevented a number of users from making calls over its FaceTime video calling service.
iOS 7.0.4 is rolling out to iPhones, iPads and iPods now. Some users had complained in recent weeks that their FaceTime calls were failing and not connecting properly.
The software bump comes just three weeks after iOS 7.0.3 was unleashed, sorting out accelerometer problems which had garnered plenty of attention from the tech press, as well as adding iCloud keychain support and toning down some of the more extreme animations which had apparently been causing motion sickness.
iOS 7 was found to have been installed on as many as 71% of iOS devices in October, little more than a month since its release.
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