Today Apple has released a small update for operating systems running on iPhone, iPad and iPod touch devices. Under iOS 13.2.2 (or iPadOS 13.2.2 for iPad), the main point of this update is a fix for a common bug (and apparently related to RAM management) in iOS 13 that has left applications to close and get lost , Condition is running in the background.
All other changes listed for this update are also fixes. Issues include issues with multiple mobile services and reception, corrupt emails when using S / MIME encryption, a loading problem when using YubiKey accessories, and a Kerberos authentication failure in Safari.
Here are the release notes from Apple for iOS 13.2.2. The iPadOS release notes are the same, except that the issue of fixing a mobile data error is omitted:
iOS 13.2.2 contains bug fixes and improvements for your iPhone. This update:
- Fixes a problem that can cause applications to quit unexpectedly while they are running in the background
- Fix the following issue: The iPhone may temporarily lose its mobile service after a call.
- Fixes an issue where mobile data is temporarily unavailable
- Fixes an issue where S / MIME-encrypted email replies between Exchange accounts can no longer be read
- Fixes an issue where an authentication prompt may be displayed when using the Kerberos SSO service in Safari
- Fixed the issue of interrupting the loading of YubiKey Lightning-powered accessories
This is the seventh iOS software update since the release of iOS 13 less than 50 days ago. As we’ve already noted, this is Apple’s unprecedented publishing speed, which highlights some internal changes and reflects the efforts to forestall the ambitious goal of delivering the targets – and, apparently, the hustle – iOS 13 and iPadOS release.
iOS and iPadOS 13.2.2 are now available for all iOS 13 supported devices. The update option can be found in the app settings on your device.
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