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09 October 2018, 11:32 | Jodi Jackson
If you haven't downloaded iOS 12.0.1 yet, or are still looking at the available updater on your device and are wondering if it is even worth your time going through the process, then you can find all of the relevant information about the update above. With iOS 12.0 final released recently, iOS 12.1 beta out in test with developers, and iOS 12.0.1 now in the hands of the public, all in the space of just over couple of weeks, we're going to look at the changes and security content of that interim firmware release.
The bug seemed to impact iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max models, though not all 2018 handsets were affected. Users who were experiencing shoddy Wi-Fi speeds should see that issue addressed as their devices will now opt for the faster 5GHz network. You can also apply the update through iTunes by connecting your iOS device to a computer.
Apple has released iOS 12.0.1, fixing a charging bug affecting the latest iPhone XS, as well as a number of other glitches frustrating some owners. Since a full restore fixed the LTE and Wi-Fi bugs, it seems plausible that iOS 12.0.1 does as well. Apple switched the position of the key with the one for emoji/language in iOS 12. Finally, the update fixes an issue where Bluetooth can become unavailable.
It's worth noting that most of these bugs have been fixed in beta versions of iOS 12.1, though Apple has made a decision to squash them with a public release instead of waiting for that OS update to drop.
To download the software update, iPhone users need to go to SettingsGeneral.
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