Immediately after the launch of its iOS7 some bugs had been reported which had a direct effect on the sensors of the handset causing them to malfunction. The accelerometer had also been reading 2 to 3 degrees off the mark and Apple had been working on these issues. An update to the OS has been released by Apple which appears to have corrected these issues as per a report from VentureBeat.
The accelerometer error has been reduced to one degree from the 3 degree that was existing. The one degree off the mark is an acceptable error range. Gamers now would have better gaming experience and their complaints would also be nullified now. Users of the Level application would also feel the difference with the corrected accelerometer.
When the problem had first surfaced, the general talk had been that the accelerometer which has been supplied by a new supplier to Apple was malfunctioning. That the error could be corrected with a software patch does not necessarily mean that the hardware problem did not or does not exist. Apple could very well have included a recalibration of the accelerometer in the software patch, and therefore the hardware error has been negated for now.
Other features that the 7.0.3 update gets to its users are related to the iCloud Keychain management which relates to passwords. A complex password generator has been included into the OS now. Also a delay has been incorporated in the slide motion required for the TouchId activation to take place. There was a problem with the iMessages App which too seems to have been addressed. Users can now create accounts or activate the accounts as the need may be which was previously not happening in many instances.