Users Reported iOS 12.1.3 WiFi Issues

Users Reported iOS 12.1.3 WiFi Issues

Apple releases today the first public beta versions of its upcoming iOS 12.2, macOS Mojave 10.14.4, and tvOS 12.2 software updates, which were made available to registered developers last week via the company's Apple Developer portal.

Hackers and developers have been working on jailbreaking iOS 12 devices since the new software got rolled out by Cupertino in 2018. That's been especially true for iPhone users receiving a notification to update their phones to iOS 12.1.3. Apple's new subscription service has racked-up interest from the entire tech-world and considering Apple's track record with quality; you can expect some good content.

There are some great reasons to move off iOS 12.1.3/iOS 12.1.2/iOS 12.1.1/iOS 12.1/iOS 12.0.1/iOS 12.0 or iOS 11 and try the iOS 12.2 beta on your device.

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Trying out pre-release iOS software is exciting, but Apple's beta's are always plagued with bugs and performance issues and iOS 12.2 is no different. iOS 12.2 beta testers are complaining about a variety of problems. However, if you want to downgrade to iOS 12.1.2 without losing data then here is a guide for you. It's arriving a few days after a beta for developers and a week after the official launch of iOS 12.1.3, an incremental update.

Before this release, iOS 12 lets its users set the Downtime which was applicable for all days, but now in this beta update, users can customize it on daily basis.

If you decide to download the beta and you find an issue on board, make sure you report it to Apple. It lets you share and receive passwords from nearby iOS devices.

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