Apple has been on the receiving end of some criticism with iOS 8. The recent mobile operating system previously required users to have 5GB of free storage on their iPhone or iPad in order to successfully download and install the update, though the company has begun to rectify the problem ever since being hit with a class-action lawsuit for not informing users how much space the software occupies on a device. The iOS 8.1.3 update is now made available for download and fixes this issue.
Here is a list of the several, yet minor changes being introduced in the latest update:
– Reduces the amount of storage required to perform a software update
– Fixes an issue that preventedsome users from entering their Apple ID password for Messages and FaceTime
– Addresses an issue that caused Spotlight to stop displaying app results
– Fixes an issue which prevented multitasking gestures from working on iPad
– Adds new configuration options for education standardized testing
Feel free to go into your settings and download the update. If not, well then, continue to be miserable with your iPhone 6 storage troubles.