iOS 12.1.2 from Apple was always the number one focus, and we keep getting reports of mobile data problems already. And this is just the tip of the iceberg.
There are many people out there who still upgrade to iOS 12.1.2, even if they got warnings. We’ve heard that the update is breaking the Wi-Fi, as well. So with problems with cellular data, and then problems with the Wi-Fi, really, is there something good with this upgrade?
People everywhere are complaining about Wi-Fi problems – and only after they’ve upgraded to iOS 12.1.2 – people from South America and North America and even Asia. It seems that people from the United States of America are suffering the most. Everyone seems to be complaining about this new upgrade.
What has Apple to say about this?
After all of these people talking about the new upgrade – and not cute things – Apple chooses to remain silent. It’s funny that the Apple Support service responds to the affected users, but not to help, but to ask them not to talk about this problem publicly.
Apple is right now beta testing the next upgrade – iOS 12.1.3, but the company didn’t really talk about what its update contains. They’re occupied with the legal concerns.
They must fix them as soon as possible
What’s true is that they must address the problems and fix them as soon as possible.
But up until then, you might want to stay away from this upgrade simply. If you can, you might also want to warn those who have no idea what they want to get in. You won’t always see all the problems, but really, why would you get yourself into something like this, for an update that doesn’t change your experience, but it makes it worse.
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.