Apple has released updated versions of iOS 13.2 and iPadOS 13.2 today. These new updates for your iPhone and iPad are directed at resolving several bugs that were causing many user issues over the past weeks.
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iOS 13.2.2 and iPadOS 13.2.2 Key features
The new iOS 13.2.2 update targets the following key issues according to the release notes.
- Fixes an issue that caused apps to quit unexpectedly when running in the background
- Resolves an issue where iPhone may temporarily lose cellular service after a call. This was a major one for many users over the past week.Remember to check for any carrier updates following updating your iPhone to iOS 13.2.2
- Addresses an issue where cellular data may temporarily not be available
- Fixes an issue for encrypted email messages between Exchange accounts
- Addresses an issue where using Kerberos single sign-on service in Safari may present an authentication prompt.
- Resolves an issue where charging may be interrupted on YubiKey Lightning-powered accessories
We haven’t seen any new Apple updates for CarPlay related issues that some users seem to be experiencing. We are hoping that this new update also addresses the Mail refresh and slow loading issues that some users were having on iOS 13.2
To add some context, this is seventh update since iOS 13 was released 49 days ago. We hope that the new iOS 13.2.2 addresses most of the pending issues.
In order to update your iPhone or iPad to iOS 13.2.2, tap on Settings > General > Software Update and start the update process.
Please feel free to let us know if you have any questions or concerns. We are assuming that the battery performance in the new update will be better since it addresses the core RAM management issues.
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In a former life, Sudz worked helping Fortune 100 companies with their technology and business transformation aspirations.