Along with this, iOS 13.2.2 will also fix other minor bugs, including the issue that resulted in temporary loss of "mobile signal after a call" or the one "where mobile data may temporarily not be available". Since this is fairly a new issue and a lot of users have been affected by this, Apple took notice of it quick and released a solution, the iOS 13.2.2.More news: India strips British Modi critic of overseas citizenship
A new iOS 13 update has landed on your iPhone to fix an issue that you've probably experienced after updating to iOS 13.2. Some users complained about being unable to maintain a data connection even with full bars showing.
A new concept video has surfaced for the next major iOS release, which should be unveiled by Apple in June 2020 during the WWDC 2020 event, iOS 14, designed entirely by YouTuber the Hacker 34. Earlier this week, several developers reported that Apple has already addressed this particular issue in the iOS 13.3 beta. It turns out that some encrypted email messages between Exchange accounts were unreadable. -Addresses an issue where using the Kerberos single sign-on service in Safari may present an authentication prompt. There are also a couple of other fixes that iOS 13.2.2 introduce.More news: Buffalo Wild Wings employees fired over alleged racially-insensitive incident
Another feature that never landed in iOS, nor iPadOS for that matter, is support for multiple accounts.More news: Man wanted for Aniah Blanchard’s disappearance arrested in Florida