IPhone XS charging fix now available in new iOS 12.0.1 update

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Thus, the update to iOS 12.0.1 should help some iPhone users experience faster Wi-Fi connectivity. With iOS 12.0 final released recently, iOS 12.1 beta out in test with developers, and iOS 12.0.1 now in the hands of the public, all in the space of just over couple of weeks, we're going to look at the changes and security content of that interim firmware release.

Apple has released an update for iOS 12 which fixes several bugs experienced by iPhone Xs and Xs Max users, The Verge reports. Users would plug their iPhone XS or iPhone XS Max for charging, but it would not reflect that the device was charging. But this prevented subtitles from working on some video apps, and also created an issue where Bluetooth might not work. "It also restores the original position of the ".?123" key on iPad keyboards - which was moved in iOS 12.

iOS 12.0.1 should now be available for all eligible devices as a free over-the-air update. The update now "resolves the issue that could cause iPhone XS devices to rejoin a Wi-Fi network at 2.4GHz instead of 5GHz". For example, Apple says that it's fixed an issue where some iPhone XS devices might not begin charging immediately when connected to a Lightning cable, which sounds like an important bug fix for a new flagship smartphone. Apple switched the position of the key with the one for emoji/language in iOS 12. It also addresses problems with video subtitles and Bluetooth being unavailable. You can download it in Settings General Software Update.

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