Apple has just released a new update for its iPhone with version iOS 12.1.2 that mainly brings corrections to errors that users were claiming, such as the problems that some iPhone had to activate eSIM.
In addition to bringing new features, the updates are used primarily to improve the security of our smartphones and to correct bugs in previous versions of the operating system. For example, a few days ago we witnessed how Apple intended to avoid the block imposed by Chinese justice on the sale of iPhone 7 models employing an update that eliminates the functions claimed by Qualcomm as the subject of copyright infringement.
Now Apple has released a new version of its operating system for mobiles, iOS 12.1.2, that would solve several problems found in the previous iOS version used by the latest iPhone XS, XS Max and XR models. The main problem that users encountered prevented the activation of the eSIM.
iOS 12.1.2 Rolled Out To Solve Out eSIM Bugs, Among Others
By activating the eSIM, the system combines with the standard SIM card to provide the dual SIM functionality that allows users to have two separate phone lines on their iPhone, one for work and one for personal use, for example.
The upgrade also includes a solution to a problem that prevented a number of Turkish iPhone owners from connecting to their wireless service providers. Apple’s announcement does not specify any further changes, so we don’t know if this is the same update that promised to resolve the dispute between Apple and Qualcomm in China.
To perform the system update, you just need to wait for the notification to arrive on your device or go to Settings, and then to the General and Software Update section. The update weighs 418 MB, so it is advisable to activate WiFi and make sure you have enough battery before installing the new iOS 12.1.2.