It has been only less than 10 days since Apple released the iOS 7 software update for all its iOS devices that you either love or hate, but it looks like Apple has another update for its users. The company just released a iOS 7.0.2 update that addresses a lock screen by pass issue.
Not too long after iOS 7 was released to end users, it was discovered that the lock screen can easily be bypassed, giving hackers access to several features within the phone including full access to photo gallery. It takes some practice to bypass the lock screen, but once done, the hacker will even be able to access any logged-in email and social network accounts as well.
The new fix is available via an OTA update. The update is only about 20MB large so do give your iOS 7 an update now, it also reintroduces a Greek keyboard option for passcode entry. Sadly, I don’t think the update addresses the TouchID hack issue but until then, all you iPhone 5S users will just have to stop leaving your phone in public places together with the print of your thumb (assuming that you are indeed using your thumb to unlock your iPhone 5S) on a glass.