iOS 13.2.2 update brings peace for its users

Apple’s new update has fixed many issues concerning the user interface, their cellular service, email encryption, and many more minor enhancements and fixes. 

Apple has delivered considerably more instantaneous updates this year than usual. As its iOS 13.2.2 is the seventh installment in a row that Apple has delivered its users since the latest iOS 13 was released in September.

In their official announcement, they:

  • Fixes an issue that could cause apps to quit unexpectedly when running in the background
  • Resolves an issue where iPhone may temporarily lose cellular service after a call
  • Addresses an issue where cellular data may temporarily not be available
  • Fixes an issue that caused replies to S/MIME encrypted email messages between Exchange accounts to be unreadable
  • Addresses an issue where using Kerberos single sign-on service in Safari may present an authentication prompt
  • Resolves an issue where charging may be interrupted on Yubikey Lightning-powered accessories”

One of the loud complaints from iOS 13.2 onwards is that apps running in the background could stop when you didn’t want them to. Many users found this involuntary step as a hindrance to their usage of apps properly. Finally, Apple acknowledged its user’s feedback shortly, and its update has been greeted with applause by their users. This iOS 13.2.2 upgrade includes the feature to stop unexpected apps from quitting. Users can hold apps in the background for later use without the fear of withdrawal.

Now Apple fixed to allow apps to run in the background when they are apparently shut on the iPhone, which means they can still be available for information and to be opened once more.

Apple previously had decided to stop so many apps running in the background. But this new update resolves it.

Moreover, According to Apple A bug has been removed that caused iPhones to temporarily lose cellular service after a call. Similarly, a bug that caused certain emails to be unreadable has been resolved.

This update addresses the issue of using Kerberos Single Sign-on in Safari.

After this update users are also enabled to charge while using a Lightning port-enabled Yubikey device used for two-factor authentication.

The size of the update is around 100 MB. The 13.2.2 update can be installed under this pathway: Settings > General > Software Update.

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