Software updates are designed to correct previous issues, but sometimes they themselves cause new bugs. Shortly after the release of iOS 13.1.2, iPhone users were immediately confronted with several problems that prevented them from using their smartphones for their intended purpose.
At the official Apple forum, there were a number of complaints about problems with voice calls after installing the update: according to the “victims”, within a minute the conversation goes without any problems, after which the call is dropped. The redial is also automatically interrupted regardless of the user’s actions. Many posts of similar content can be found on Twitter.
Another problem with the iPhone, which is linked to the update to iOS 13.1.2, is the device overheating. In addition, the new version of the operating system, according to users, leads to a rapid decline in the autonomy of the smartphone.
Apple has not yet announced any updates to fix these issues. As a “people’s method”, some gadget owners suggest resetting their network settings to deal with interrupted calls.