The iPhone 5s keeps things going among the members of Apple’s iPhone family. Some of your friends may even have bought that and the now-discontinued 5/5C when they first came out, but will not hold their breath on getting the iPhone 6 just yet. Even so, you may have heard about problems with the recent iOS updates, as an article in Youth Health noted last November 11, 2014.
The Youth Health article focused on the update from iOS7.1.1 to 7.1.2, which had a raft of new features. These include restricting wrong password attempts for the locking mode, better connectivity with iBeacon, bug fixes, and enhanced data protection for email attachments.