On Thursday 19th September Apple released iOS 13 for a huge number of iPhone owners, and the expectation was the organization would keep up its uncommon reputation of rock-solid updates.
Be that as it may, be careful in the event that you haven’t upgraded your iPhone to Apple’s most recent OS iOS 13, at that point you might not have any desire to update it yet, as the use of late released software has been recognized with various bugs.
A large number of iPhone clients have been warned against downloading Apple’s iOS 13 until bugs in the product update are fixed. The new operating system has accompanied various bugs, including issues, for example, applications crashing or freezing, cellular signals dropping off, pictures being assigned odd dates and times, slow opening of the camera application and switching between modes, and never again working of keen home devices.
Apple released a crisis update (iOS 12.4.1) to fix a noteworthy issue. The update is accessible as an over-the-air update to anybody with an iPhone 5 or later, or iPad Air or later. In case you’re running iOS 12.4, you should update your gadget right away.
iOS 13 isn’t just loaded with bugs, yet it additionally contains a critical security flaw found by security scientist Jose Rodriguez which gives you a chance to bypass the lock screen to access contact data.
Fortunately for iPhone clients, Apple has chosen to move the launch date of its next software update, iOS 13.1 from September 30 to September 24, which will contain various bug fixes and new features.