iOS 12.1.3 Causes Issues For iPhone Users, Including The “No Service” Error and WiFi Connection Drop

iOS 12.1.3 rolled out without fixing the mobile data bug that affected iOS 12.1.1 and iOS 12.1.2 iPhone users. Even more, it seems that the new iOS 12.1.3 launched with a more severe glitch, now showing “No Service” for many iPhone users who have installed the update and killing WiFi connections.

When iOS 12.1.3 launched, users expected it to come with a fix for the mobile data issues affecting the majority oh iPhone devices in the world. But the new version of iOS not only that it did not fix the problems, but it rolled out with an even more severe bug. For example, the majority of the iPhone users on Sprint, one of the biggest carriers across the United States, turned to social media and forums to warn others not to install the update.

It seems that iOS 12.1.3 is causing two more severe issues than its predecessors, so iPhone users, you should stay away from it and patiently wait for Apple to launch the next iOS 12 updates.

iOS 12.1.3 Causes Issues For iPhone Users – “No Service” and WiFi Connection Drop

Well, if iOS 12.1.1 and iOS 12.1.2 were only messing up the mobile data connections on both 3G and 4G, the new iOS 12.1.3 now causes a “No Service” error and WiFi connection drop. Many iPhone users who have installed iOS 12.1.3 reported these issues on social media, forums, and even on the official Apple Support page.

“Apple Support PLEASE, fix iOS 12, iOS 12.1.3 is killing my WiFi connection, and my WiFi is WORKING FINE on my other devices, and my cellular isn’t as bad as other in this update, but it still freezes and lags too much. Please tell us all you have a fix,” an iPhone user complained on Twitter.

Other users also complained that since they’ve updated to the new iOS 12.1.3, their iPhone devices keeps dropping signal and WiFi connection. Definitely, there’s a glitch in this iOS 12.1.3 version, so, until Apple fixes it, you should refrain from updating your smartphones.

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