Suddenly: Apple withdrew iPadOS 13.2 beta 2
16.10.2019 0 Comments
The firmware breaks the device.
Just a couple of days after the release of the second beta of iPadOS 13.2, Apple unexpectedly stopped distributing this update. The company decided to withdraw the update due to massive problems with the iPad Pro – as it turned out, the new firmware “bricked” the tablets.
According to the victims, the problem manifests itself at a key stage in installing the update. Your tablet may freeze suddenly or even interrupt the installation process. The consequences are sad: after that, the iPad Pro stops turning on or goes into a cyclic reboot.
You can solve the problem in a radical way – by restoring the firmware through the DFU mode. Of course, with a complete loss of all data. And then – far from always, users are able to restore the operability of devices. In special cases, owners of iPad Pro are forced to contact service centers, as tablets simply do not respond to button combinations.
There is every reason to believe that Apple will release a fixed build of iPadOS 13.2 in the near future.
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