If you are a beta tester, you know that Apple has released iOS 13.3 this week, bringing stability to multitasking and minor operating system changes. It seems that Apple does not want the rest of us to go without this critical patch, as the company releases iOS 13.2.2 today, Thursday, November 7. The new update is surrounded by complaints that iOS 13.2 "kills" multitasking. In fact, you can switch from one app to another, but the first app is reloaded when you switch back. Although app refresh cannot be prevented, you must be able to switch between multiple apps on modern iPhones without worrying about losing. That is why 1
This multitasking bug is not the only issue that is solved here. Apple has also patched a bug that would drop the cell signal after a call, and one that would drop mobile data unexpectedly. It is clear that if you want your iPhone to be generally more stable, you must download 13.2.2 as quickly as possible.
You can read a full list of changes in 13.2.2 below:
Release notes for iOS 13.2 .2:
iOS 13.2.2 contains bug fixes and improvements for your iPhone. This update:
- Resolves an issue that could cause apps to unexpectedly stop running in the background
- Resolves an issue where the iPhone temporarily loses a mobile signal after a call
- Resolves an issue where mobile data may be Temporarily Unavailable Available
- Resolves an issue that caused replies to S / MIME encoded e-mail messages between Exchange accounts to be unreadable
- Resolves an issue where the use of Kerberos Single Sign-On service can display an authentication message in Safari
- Resolves an issue where charging may be interrupted on YubiKey Lightning powered accessories
To download iOS 13.2.2 to your device, go to Settings -> General -> Software – update. Follow the on-screen instructions here to start downloading and installing the software on your iOS device.
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