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Sunday, May 26, 2019

Apple iOS 12.3.1 Release: Should You Upgrade?

Apple iOS 12.3.1 Release: Should You Upgrade?
Apple iOS 13 has iPhone owners worried, but iOS 12 is on a roll. Both iOS 12.2 and iOS 12.3 have been rock solid updates after a string of high profile blunders. Now the sudden release of iOS 12.3.1 is here, so should you upgrade or has Apple returned to its bad habits? Here’s everything you need to know…

Who Is It For?

iOS 12.3.1 has been released for all iOS 12 compatible devices. This means the iPhone 5S or later, the iPad mini 2 or later and the 6th generation iPod Touch or later. The upgrade should be automated, but you can trigger them manually: Settings> General> Software Updates. iOS 12.4 Beta Tester (more about this at the end of this post), you must uncheck your devices to appear for iOS 12.3.1.

At circa 100MB iOS 12.3.1 isn’t large, but the exact size will vary depending on your iPhone or iPad model.

The Deal Breakers

iOS 12.3.1 breaks jailbroken devices. So those who run away, you need to set fire to now. I anticipate the wait for several months on the basis of the current rate of successful iOS jailbreaking.

Initial problems? Overall, the picture looks like 24 hours, but I have a small cavity. There are separate reports from the iPhone owners that iOS 12.3.1 is cutting their cellular data (1,2,3). iOS 12.3 had a similar problem for a small number of users, but due to this mistake iOS 12.1.2 became confused and I have patience and wait to see if it becomes more widespread because Users run to the upgrade.

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