Apple has released iOS 12.0.1, fixing a charging bug affecting the latest iPhone XS, as well as a number of other glitches frustrating some owners. How do you like the iPhone XS Max? Users who were experiencing shoddy Wi-Fi speeds should see that issue addressed as their devices will now opt for the faster 5GHz network.
If you want to update your device to iOS 12.0.1 now, you can do so by heading to Settings General Software Update on your device and tapping "Download and Install" at the bottom of the page.
The new software also tackles a WiFi annoyance that some users had been reporting. The update comes after sporadic complaints about how iOS devices running iOS 12 handled charging, with some users finding that their iPhones or iPads wouldn't recharge if the screen was off.
The new update also includes fixes for more minor bugs, including an issue that caused subtitles not to appear on certain video apps and another that may have made Bluetooth unavailable in certain circumstances. Now, with iOS 12.1, Apple is hoping to take the platform to the next level by ironing out issues as well as introducing multiple promised features.
Registered developers can download iOS 12.1 beta 3 directly from Apple's online developer portal, or as an over-the-air update if you have the previous beta installed.
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