According to BGR, Apple has begun carrier testing of iOS 6.0.1, which is the first bug update to iOS 6 since its release just over a month ago. The report also says that iOS 6.0.1 fixes several issues including a visual bug most commonly seen on the iPhone keyboard when entering an account password in the App Store.
iOS 6.0.1 should fix the horizontal lines bug on the screen when the keyboard or app folder is open, and it will also fix a problem with the camera’s flash not going off.
In addition, the new software will improve Wi-Fi support, fix cellular data not working in some cases, add a consolidated cellular data switch for iTunes Match, fix a bug that allowed access to Passbook pass details from the lock screen, and also finally fix the bug that caused Exchange meetings to be unexpectedly cancelled for the entire calendar invite group.
Apple is also reportedly has just begun testing iOS 6.1, which would suggest that the update will not likely be released in time for any of the new hardware launches over the coming weeks. It is also unclear what changes are included in iOS 6.1.