Yesterday, Apple released a new version of the iOS operating system with a minor update: iOS 6.1.2. This update fixes a bug that I mentioned just a few days ago for people who use Microsoft Exchange, which I suspect includes many attorneys — a bug that could occur when you respond to an exception to a recurring calendar event. I'm happy to see that Apple addressed the bug so quickly, although as I mentioned this past Friday, there is yet another bug in iOS 6.1, one that someone could exploit to bypass a lock screen. My guess is that it won't be long before we see a second update to fix that bug.
For now, if you use Microsoft Exchange for your email and calendar, I recommend that you open your Settings app, tap General and then tap Software Update to install the fix. I updated my iPhone, my iPad and my iPad mini yesterday and had no problem running the update on any of those devices. Each took under 5 minutes to install the new version of iOS.