iPhone users now need to prepare themselves. Apple iOS 12.1.3 update is here. But it does not just disregard the most concerning issue of cellular data in iOS 12.1.2. However, it additionally aggravates it. Here’s all that you have to think around an upgrade which ought to go not even close to your iPhone.
iOS 12.1.3 is for all iOS 12 compatible devices: iPhone 5S or later, iPad mini 2 or later and sixth generation iPod touch or later. Compatible devices will be incited to upgrade however you can likewise trigger it physically by exploring to Settings > General > Software Update. Beta analyzers running iOS 12.2 (later), you should select your gadget for iOS 12.1.3 to show up.
What’s new in Apple iOS 12.1.3 update?
The new update has a size of 300MB, huge size for an update which conveys no new highlights and excludes the most basic fix. I state “up to” in light of the fact that the update size will shift contingent upon your gadget and which form of iOS it is redesigning from. Apple’s official release notes describe iOS 12.1.3 as follows:
- iOS 12.1.3 includes bug fixes for your iPhone.
- Fixes an issue in Messages that could impact scrolling through photos in the Details view
- Addresses an issue where photos could have striped artifacts after being sent from the Share Sheet
- Fixes an issue that may cause audio distortion when using external audio input devices on iPad Pro (2018)
- Resolves an issue that could cause certain CarPlay systems to disconnect from iPhone XR, iPhone XS, and iPhone XS Max
- Fixes an issue that could cause HomePod to restart
- Addresses an issue that could cause Siri to stop listening
Indeed, not exclusively does iOS 12.1.3 not fix the cellular data bug which has left clients without 3G and 4G motion for quite a long time, it makes no endeavor to incorporate any sort of fix. The fixes recorded are obviously helpful, But I have not seen any of them revealed anyplace via web-based networking media. Influenced clients will be satisfied, however, I have genuine inquiries concerning Apple’s prioritization here.