Apple Will Release Fix For iOS 6.1 Microsoft Exchange Bug

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Apple says it has identified a fix for a bug that causes excess activity on Microsoft Exchange accounts after users accept an exception to a recurring calendar event, and will make it available in an upcoming software update. The bug is troublesome enough that some corporate IT departments have blocked their own devices from their Exchange servers, notes ZDNet.

Of course this isn’t the first fix Apple has had to issue for its latest iOS update. At the beginning of this week, the compa...

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