Apple has been in an update delivering spree this year end. In a recent development, Apple has recently released the iOS 12. 1.2 across iOS phones to fix connectivity problems and eSim issues that users have been complaining about. Soon after its release, another update was rolled out to replace the previous one.
In this latest update, Apple changed the build number, while choosing not to update the version number of the iOS.
Though the main motive of the latest update was to fix and patch connectivity issues that the eSims of iPhone XR, XS, and the XS Max have been facing recent reports have been pouring in that once users have updated it in their devices, the LTE service gets disabled altogether. This latest snag has made many iPhones across the world worthless as users aren’t able to even make calls or send messages that a basic phone criterion fits. Unlike the case of India, where Jio and Airtel both support eSIM in the latest iPhones, the iPhones recently rolled out in the US are without eSIM compatibility.
While users from Europe, Asia, and South America have taken to social media and Twitter to complain about the recent snag, Developers at Apple are working round the clock to fix and patch the error with a fresh update.