iOS 13.2.2 arrives to fix problems with applications on iPhone and iPad

Apple has released iOS 13.2.2 and iPadOS 13.2.2 to fix problems with memory management. This prevents some applications from closing unexpectedly due to insufficient memory to use.

The update comes a week and a half after the debut of iOS 13.2. The iOS 13.2.2 version can be installed on a user's mobile by going into Settings, selecting General. From there we go to Software Update and then select Install the update.

This update to iOS 13.2.2 fixes an issue that can cause applications to close unexpectedly when running in the background. This addresses an issue where the iPhone may temporarily lose the mobile data connection after a call, addresses an issue where mobile data may be temporarily unavailable, and another issue that caused responses for S / MIME encrypted email messages to enter. Exchange accounts are unreadable. It also fixes an issue where using the Kerberos single sign-on service in Safari does not work as it should.

If users have automatic updates available, this will simplify the process when preparing for the update in the background. It will then notify the user that it is ready to install the operating system update to iOS 13.2.2.

New version that fixes notable bugs

Apple used version 13.2.1 to ship an update for the HomePod, after iOS 13.2 rendered some of the smart speakers inoperative. With iOS 13.2.2 it should be fixed and you can connect to the speakers.

For the iPhone 11 family, iOS 13.2 introduced Deep Fusion, Apple's computational photography feature that uses the A1 bionic neural engine. This combines multiple images with multiple exposures into a single image with better texture, more detail and less noise. It also adds the option to change the video resolution from the Camera app, rather than through Settings.

Source Engadget

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