The launch of iOS 13 was called a "nightmare." Explained why this is not so.
03.10.2019 0 Comments
The update is super!
The other day, the authoritative Forbes magazine published a note stating that iOS 13 is “full of bugs”. The new operating system was called a “nightmare” for users. But is this really the case or is it a vain roll on iOS 13? Understood the situation in this material.
IOS 13 really has bugs
iOS 13 is definitely not the perfect upgrade. The firmware contains bugs that users talk about every day. An article about iOS 13 problems and how to solve them on our site has gathered a lot of comments. Moreover, each user has his own unique problem – there are no repetitions.
Most of the 13 bugs found in iOS are solved by installing the latest firmware updates. Apple did its best and already released two updates for iOS 13 at once. IOS 13.1 and iOS 13.1.1 firmware fix a large number of errors.
For example, they fixed an unpleasant problem due to which the iPhone could quickly discharge after an update. Or an extremely strange bug that might not allow the iPhone to sync with the computer.
That is why iOS 13.1.1 is recommended for installation to all users. It really fixes a lot of problems.
iOS 13 – great update
Despite the fixed bugs, iOS 13 is a cool firmware. The fact is that there are no frankly massive serious bugs in the update. All problems are relatively local in nature. The same rapid battery drain after improper installation of iOS 13 was seen by only a few hundred users.
In this regard, scold iOS 13 is not worth it. Users are happy with the firmware, which polls show. In addition, it is clear that Apple is trying to release patches as quickly as possible. Earlier we found out that in previous years the company did not have such agility pleasant for consumers.
Last week, iOS 13 found a small bug with animation. Found a way to fix it.
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