If you are a beta tester, you know that Apple released iOS 13.3 this week, which provides stability for multitasking as well as minor changes to the OS. It seems Apple doesn't want the rest of us to go without the critical fix, as the company releases iOS 13.2.2 today, Thursday, November 7.
The new update comes amid complaints that iOS 13.2 "kills" multitasking. In fact, you can switch from one app to another, but find the original app reloads when you switch back. While app updating can't be avoided, you should be able to switch between multiple apps on modern iPhones without worrying about losing what you did. That is why 13.2.2 is so important.
This multitasking error is not the only problem crushed here. Apple also patched an error that would drop the cell signal after a call, and one that would release cellular data unexpectedly. Obviously, if you want your iPhone to be more stable overall, you should download 13.2.2 as soon as possible.
You can read a complete list of changes in 13.2.2 below:
Release Information for iOS 13.2 .2:
iOS 13.2.2 contains bug fixes and enhancements for your iPhone. This update:
- Fixes a problem that can cause apps to quit unexpectedly when running in the background
- Fixes an issue where iPhone can temporarily lose the mobile signal after a call
- Addresses a problem where mobile data temporarily cannot be available
- Resolves an issue that caused replies to S / MIME encrypted e-mail messages between Exchange accounts to be unreadable
- Resolves an issue where using the Kerberos single sign-on service in Safari can present an authentication prompt
- Resolves an problems where charging can be interrupted on YubiKey Lightning-powered accessories
To download iOS 13.2.2 to your device, go to Settings -> General -> Software Update. Follow these onscreen instructions to start downloading and installing the software on your iOS device.
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