Apple may be a secret company, but it is showing its hand in recent weeks. The release of iOS 13 was excited because of the hundreds of new features, but also frustration about the many bugs. Apple soon released iOS 13.1 and then iOS 13.1.1 as a patch for some of those bugs, but clearly they weren't enough. How do we know? The company has just released iOS 13.1.2 today, Monday, September 30.
The new update only comes three days after the debut of 13.1.1. That is an incredibly short time between releases, even for these small "point updates". Today's release is meant to squash bugs that can disrupt the camera, flashlight, iCloud Backup progress bar, display calibration data, Bluetooth connectivity in vehicles, and shortcuts on HomePod. You can view the full release notes below:
iOS 13.1.2 contains bug fixes and improvements for your iPhone. This update:
- Resolves an error where the iCloud Backup progress bar could continue to appear after a successful backup
- Resolves an issue where the camera may not work
- Resolves an issue where the flashlight may not is activated
- Resolves a bug that could result in loss of display calibration data
- Resolves an issue where shortcuts could not be executed from HomePod
- Resolves an issue where Bluetooth may disconnect from certain vehicles  For information about the security content of Apple software updates, visit this website: support.apple.com/kb/HT201222 cialis19659011 to start the installation process. If "Automatic Updates" is enabled on your device, you can have it update & # 39; overnight as long as your iPhone is powered and connected to Wi-Fi.
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