iOS 12.2 problems and how to fix them
By Mia Carla 2019-05-20 263 0
Let's start at the beginning. iOS 12.2 comes with the intention of fixing some operating system bugs and bugs discovered in previous versions of the software, but also offers the following changes: Apple News Plus, its renewed subscription service grouping magazines and other news articles, available in Canada. It also debuts Siri's ability to play videos from the iOS device on Apple TV", as well as support for the company's second-generation AirPods.
Other noteworthy features of the software, before we fully get into the problems of iOS 12.2, is the addition of four new Animoji, including a giraffe, a shark, a wild boar, and the owl.
iOS 12.2 Problems
After reviewing the new features of iOS 12.2, it's a good idea to report all the problems users are encountering after updating the iPhone with this new version of Apple's operating system.
iOS 12.2 has a good list of enhancements, fixes, and patches, but some of the company's customers are beginning to complain in forums and support centers about problems with the latest version of iOS 12. Both compatible iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch users are facing software installation problems and annoying lag after downloading the software to the device. Not many people are affected, but if we see that it repeats in several terminals.
Other iOS 12.2 problems that are being complained about in networks is an abnormal battery discharge, one of the great classics of iOS failures, as well as connectivity problems, something that we have already seen in previous versions of the software and that seemed like a thing of the past. In addition to this, Face ID and Touch ID can be a nuisance when it comes to recognizing the biometric passwords of customers.
Fortunately, it seems that all these problems, or at least most of them, are solved if, after downloading and installing the operating system on iPhone or compatible devices, a hard reset of the terminal is made. To do this, follow these steps:
▪ Briefly press the Volume Up key
▪ Briefly press the Volume Down key
▪ Then we leave the power button pressed until the Apple logo appears.
After the process is complete, your Apple device should work normally.
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