Once again, Apple has unexpectedly released an updated version of the iPhone firmware. Version 2.0.2 was released last evening, but not many details were provided as to what the update included, other than it “fixes bugs.” Which bugs you ask? Well, we’re not quite sure.
Here’s what we do know. We know that after installing the update, our 3G signal was stronger than ever. This, however, does not mean that Apple released the 3G reception fix we’ve been hearing about. It could simply be a coincidence that we went from two bars 3G connectivity to four. While browsing around the web, we did find some people saying they noticed no improved connectivity whatsoever.
Another thing we noticed right off the bat was that the keyboard lag that we had experienced in the past had improved. We have still been experiencing applications randomly crashing since we updated to the 2.0.1 firmware, but we haven’t used the 2.0.2 firmware long enough to tell if those issues have been fixed.
If you’ve upgraded, what changes, if any, have you noticed? With Apple being so general saying the update only fixes bugs, it’s a guessing game as to what was actually fixed.