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    No more strange bugs: Apple’s iOS 13.2.3 fixes downloading issues, search problems and more

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    iOS 13.2.3 fixes bugs in Mail, Files, Photos apps and more.

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    The update improves background app performance, introduces fixes for issues in Mail, Photos and Files apps.
    Apple just released iOS 13.2.3, which fixes a plethora of bugs and issues that iPhone users had been facing. As listed by Apple on its support website, the update improves background app performance, introduces fixes for issues in Mail, Photos and Files apps.

    iOS 13.2.3 and iPadOS 13.2.3 have been rolled out to users everywhere. For starters, the new update fixes issues in Mail, where the app would fail to get new messages and show them properly.

    Reportedly, the issue preventing Mail from fetching messages has been fixed. Moving on to the Messages app, several iPhone users had complained earlier about photos, links and other attachments not being visible with messages. The bug has been reportedly fixed.

    What’s more? In the previous version of the iOS, the behaviour of the background apps had been a major problem. Apparently, an issue stopped apps from downloading content in the background. If reports are to be believed, the problem has now been resolved.

    Another bug fix involves the system search which was apparently not working in the previous version of iOS. Users had reported issues with search not working in apps like Mail, Files and Notes. The bug stands fixed now.

    Wondering how to get the new iOS 13.2.3? All you have to do is navigate to ‘Settings’, then ‘General’ and finally ‘Software Update’.

    A Sigh Of Relief: Apple iOS 13.3 Released, Reportedly Fixes The Most ‘Annoying’ Bugs

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    A Lifesaving Update, Indeed!

    Back when Apple announced iOS 13 at the last WWDC (Worldwide Developers Conference), probably no Apple user had expected so many bugs and issues to creep into their phones. Apple delivered most of the features it had promised with iOS 13.2 which was rolled out on October 30.

    However, to fix the problems that users are facing, Apple has released iOS 13.3 to those who had signed up for beta testing. Reportedly, iOS 13.3 has fixed quite a few bugs, including the one which is being dubbed as the most ‘annoying’ problem till date.


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