It seems like Apple is continually releasing new iOS 13 updates to fix bugs and add some missing features. Recently, Apple is rolling out another iOS 13.2.2 update for all iPhone users. Well, the update is not major, but it released to fix some bugs related background apps to quit unexpectedly and also aim to bring improvements to cellular data performance and more.
The iOS 13.2.2 is Apple’s sixth line up update after the official release of iOS 13 in September. So if you are running the current iOS 13 update (means if you have device iPhone 6S and newer), then you will be able to download and install iOS 13.2.2 update on your device.
But, it is worthy of upgrading to the iOS 13.2.2? If this question is roaming on your mind then, here we are goanna clear a couple of things before installing iOS 13.2.2 on your iPhone.
Recently, one Redditor wrote that he is having a problem with Face ID in iOS 13.2.2. According to him “Hi! Anyone else having Face ID issues with iOS 13.2.2? I’ve tried deleting the profile and when I go to setup a new one the camera doesn’t recognise a face and progress through the setup process… guessing I’ll need to wait for a fix??“
Well, above tweets claims that many people are still facing a lot of issue with the iOS 13 update even after the release of sixth rapid-fire update iOS 13.2.2. But the good thing is the people who were complaining about the multitasking issue; they got the relief as the problem has been fixed. The tech giant also listed that the cellular data and Mail issue would get fixed, but it seems like the issue is still not solved.
Talking much about the iOS 13, there has also been iOS 13.3 public beta version launched and expected to release in December with some new features and bugs fixes. If you are wondering about updating to the latest iOS 13.2.2 update, then I guess it’s better to wait for the next major upgrade as the next update is coming next month. It isn’t significant to get your hands with every next minor update.