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IOS 13 ISN’T PRONE TO THE ISSUE JUST LIKE EVERY YEAR’S UPDATE

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IOS 13 ISN’T PRONE TO THE ISSUE JUST LIKE EVERY YEAR’S UPDATE

Apple had announced iOS 13 for its family of devices on June 3 at WWDC. Following that, it was officially launched in September 19.

Problems with iOS 13

But just like every year, the latest iOS 13 didn’t come without glitches. In the initial iOS 13 roll-out, there were a number of issues. The issues which plagued the iOS-running devices ranged from battery draining very quickly to Siri being unable to recognize requests on the whole iPhone 11 models. Also, some iPhone users reported failure in restoring their devices from backup.

The above-mentioned issues were fixed by the iOS 13.1.1 update, which started rolling out on September 27.

The iOS 13.1.1 update also wasn’t without glitches. Some users reported failure in opening the camera app as well as not being unsuccessful in activating the flashlight. Moreover, a bug also made the progress bar to be shown even after an iCloud backup was completed successfully. Such issues were addressed in the next update – iOS 13.1.2

Further, iOS 13.1.2 carried a slew of problems. It had an issue that prevented the devices from vibrating or ringing for the incoming calls. Also, the apps were failing to download from the restored iCloud backup. Furthermore, the issue of unstable Bluetooth connection with the headsets was also there.

iOS 13.1.2 issues affected the Apple Watch too. Various issues such as Apple Watch not receiving the notifications and unable getting paired successfully made the Apple Watch function poorly.  

The issues mentioned above were addressed through iOS 13.1.3, which was rolled out on October 15. An iOS update – iOS 13.2 – specifically for Apple HomePod was released on October 28.

But after a significant number of HomePod owners reported that their devices were bricking and locking into a boot loop after a reset, the iOS 13.2.1 was released on October 20. Apparently, it fixes most of the issues that had been concerning the users of iOS devices for a couple of weeks now.

Ben is a digital entrepreneur and founder of OnTechEdge.com. He is a technology passionate who loves sharing his ideas on smartphones and gadgets. He looks forward to imparting the spectrum of his insight and verdicts on the ‘Technology-driven world’ of today. He plans to take OntechEdge forward with the consistent support from you readers, friends and family! Ben Kemp is also author of the book "How To Tell a Story On Social Media in 2020". Direct email address: [email protected]

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