A day after Microsoft declared its joint venture with Apple to find a solution for the syncing bug present in the iOS 6 Exchange, the latter announced on its ZDNet support page that it had already analyzed the problem, and was working towards formulating a solution. The major difficulty caused by this bug is that it generates excessive communication with the Microsoft Exchange Server. The latest update that was rolled out, 6.1.1, does not, in any way, fix this problem.’
This issue prompted American Online (AOL), an American global company that invests in and develops websites and brands to suspend its meeting on the management of iDevices until the problem is resolved.
Apple’s Support Page states that users will notice accelerated network activity resulting in quick depletion of the battery life of their iOS devices. This excessive network activity will be recorded in logging history. This may even result in the Exchange Server blocking off the iOS device altogether. This can happen on iOS 6.1, Microsoft Exchange 2010 or Microsoft Exchange Online.
Until there is a definite solution, iOS device owners can disable, and then enable the device’s Exchange calendar once again.