We’ve all seen how, after iOS 12.1.1 cut off cellular data for some users, we believed it needed to act quickly. We are very fortunate that the iOS 12.1.2 is ready to meet the light of the day. Also, is it ready to do so? In such a short time, wouldn’t it cause more problems?
In this article, we’re going to tell you everything we know so far.
Who is this upgrade for?
iOS 12.1.2 can work with all iOS 11 devices, which means that the iPhone 5S or later devices, and iPad mini 2 or later devices, and the 6th generation of iPod touch or later devices are good to go.
It’s true, those compatible devices will automatically be prompted to upgrade, but if that does not happen to you, then you can do it manually, from Settings, to General, to Software Update. For beta testers, things run differently, as you might have to unroll your device for the update to appear.
It has about 85MB, but it can differ since different devices get different updates, so it may vary from an iPad to an iPhone.
What’s bad about it?
iOS 12.1.2 has not to be jailbroken yet, not even iOS 12 releases before this one, so you might want to stay away before you update it to the latest version. But as of now, we don’t really see any chances.
Are there any issues?
This new update doesn’t seem to fix the cellular data problem we’ve talked about at the beginning of the article. Others say that it has a problem with the Wi-Fi. If these problems make their way into our lives, Apple has to think fast and fix them as soon as possible.
However, there are no problems regarding the battery life – which is rare, if we are to be honest – and general stability doesn’t seem to cause any problems.
Henry Lares is still early into his career as tech reporter but has already had his work published in many major publications including Tech Crunch and the Huffington Post. In regards to academics, Henry earned an engineering degree from Apex Technical School. Henry has a passion for emerging technology and covers upcoming products and breakthroughs in science and tech.