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Apple released iOS 13.2.2 to fix apps that run multitasking


Apple has just released iOS 13.2.2, of which the most important bug to be fixed is multitasking that causes apps to close too quickly. In addition, Apple has also fixed the error that the mobile network may be dropped after making a call and the 4G error may suddenly be temporarily lost.

A RAM manager issue was discovered in iOS 13.2 and iPadOS 13.2, causing applications and games to close in the background in many cases, and the Safari browser also refreshes the page. Web more often than before. To turn more details on this error, you can check out the following article: Users complained about iOS 13.2 just saw a multitasking error.

  • Addresses an issue that may cause applications to exit unexpectedly while running in the background
  • Addresses an issue in which iPhone may temporarily lose mobile service after a call
  • Addresses an issue where mobile data may be temporarily unavailable
  • Addresses an issue that makes S / MIME encrypted email replies between Exchange accounts unreadable
  • Addressed issue where Kerberos single sign-on service in Safari may display an authentication prompt
  • Addresses an issue where charging may be interrupted on YubiKey’s Lightning-enabled accessories

List of devices that support ios / ipados 13.2.2

  • iOS 13: iPhone 11 Pro Max / iPhone 11 Pro / iPhone 11 / iPhone XS / iPhone XS Max / iPhone XR / iPhone X / iPhone 8 / iPhone 8 Plus / iPhone 7 / iPhone 7 Plus / iPhone 6s / iPhone 6s Plus / iPhone SE / iPod touch (7th generation)
  • iPadOS: 12.9-inch iPad Pro / 11-inch iPad Pro / 10.5-inch iPad Pro / 9.7-inch iPad Pro / iPad (6th generation) / iPad (5th generation) / iPad mini (5th generation) / iPad mini 4 / iPad Air (3rd generation) / iPad Air 2

If you are using the official iOS version, you can proceed to update directly to iOS 13.2.2 / iPadOS 13.2.2 via OTA. Actions are as follows: Open Settings> General settings> Software update and check for update notifications. In case you are using the beta version of iOS, you need to remove the configuration configuration test, then downgrade your device to the latest official iOS version, or you can also use the firmware to upgrade using iTunes / 3uTools

Note when done

  • Back up data to iCloud or create a Backup on your computer with iTunes or 3uTools
  • Make sure there is enough free space for the update
  • Charge the battery above 50%
  • Ensure stable internet connection via WiFi
  • Check the security lock status of the iCloud account
  • Download the latest official iOS firmware to quickly fix the device when encountering a logo hanging error
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