Despite the fact that most of the bugs found in iOS 13.2 has been fixed in the first beta version of iOS 13.3, which was released this week, Apple decided to wait for her release will take way too long. Therefore, the company decided to produce a passing patch with bug-fixes – iOS 13.2.2. Probably, some may be confused by the sequence number of the update, because iOS 13.2.1, most likely, none of you received. However, this update was also, however, he came out a few days after the release of iOS 13.2 and intended only for owners of the HomePod, which due to the installation of the updates has ceased to work correctly. And today released the first beta version of macOS 10.15.2.
iOS 13.2.2, being an update of the third order does not contain new features. This version of the operating system is aimed solely at the correction of various errors in the compatible devices with which users encountered after installing the previous build. According to the description automatic update, submitted to Apple, it contains six fixes, but knowing how secretive can behave in Cupertino, we can assume that the bug fixes actually more.
What’s new in iOS 13.2.2
- Fixed an issue where the app could unexpectedly quit in the background;
- Fixed an issue where the iPhone could temporarily lose connection after the call is completed;
- Fixed an issue where the mobile Internet could be temporarily unavailable;
- Fixed a problem where replies to the email, S/MIME encrypted, appeared in unreadable format on Exchange accounts;
- Fixed an issue that could lead to a request for authentication when using SSO Kerberos with Safari;
- Fixed an issue where charging accessories YubiKey with Lightning connector could be interrupted.
Perhaps the most anticipated correction that has brought iOS 13.2.2, was the correct failure mode of multitasking. Because of it many apps have lost the ability to continue working in the background, which users have lost the ability to switch between them. Each switch from one program to another invariably led to the reboot of the previous one, in fact, denying users access to the multitasking view, which for many is crucial in the work.