Accelerated discharge and interruptions during calls. The latest iOS 13.1.2 update brought new problems to iPhone users.
16.10.2019 0 Comments
By the number of problems and various kinds of errors in recent OS updates with Microsoft (here) Apple can easily compete. Earlier this month, the latter released an iOS 13.1.2 update (the third in a week), which was supposed to fix a number of errors, but instead brought another headache to users.
According to Zdnet, after installing the iOS 13.1.2 update, some users encountered a number of problems. Many users who have installed the update complain about the accelerated discharge of the battery and problems associated with the main function – calls. Users complain about dropping calls about a minute after the start of the conversation, not displaying the calls on the screen and turning off the talking speaker and microphone right during the call. There are several topics open on the official Apple forum that discuss these issues with dozens of complaints. Also, complaints about these problems are found in social networks, so the cases are not isolated.
There is no official response yet. But some problems with calls helped to solve the reset of the network settings of the smartphone ("Settings"> "General"> "Reset"> "Reset network settings"). Apparently, the error that causes all kinds of problems with calls is present in the beta version of iOS 13.2. I wonder if it will fall into the stable version of the update.
By the way, today iOS 13.1.3 update was released with a correction of a number of errors, but among other changes there are no solutions to the described problems, except for the error correction, due to which there may be no vibration or ringtone during incoming calls.