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    Here we go again.... iOS 13.1.2 has been released.
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    Here we go again.... iOS 13.1.2 has been released.
    13.1.2 contains bug fixes. New release is for both the iPhone and iPadOS.

    Make sure you backup - iTunes, iMazing, iCloud. Your choice.

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    Here we go again.... iOS 13.1.2 has been released.
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    Thanks, updating iPad now.


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    Here we go again.... iOS 13.1.2 has been released.
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    Screenshot 2019-09-30 at 10.32.50 pm?.png

    This seems like sloppy work by Apple. Camera not working, Flash not working, Bluetooth problems, calibration data not shown etc. I'm not on a rant, its just this is the third update within days and surely some of these obvious problems should have been recognised and fixed earlier?

    Oh well, off to update 2 iPads and 2 iPhones - what fun

    Ian
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    Here we go again.... iOS 13.1.2 has been released.
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    As the old saying goes... If you don't get it right the first time, try, try again. LOL

    Ian is right. Very sloppy implementation by Apple.

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    Here we go again.... iOS 13.1.2 has been released.
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    Quote Originally Posted by IWT View Post
    Screenshot 2019-09-30 at 10.32.50 pm?.png

    This seems like sloppy work by Apple. Camera not working, Flash not working, Bluetooth problems, calibration data not shown etc. I'm not on a rant, its just this is the third update within days and surely some of these obvious problems should have been recognised and fixed earlier?

    Oh well, off to update 2 iPads and 2 iPhones - what fun

    Ian
    Totally agree, especially after having that many betas of all their OS versions, you would think some of this basic functionality would have been tested to be working. The other possibility is that these crazy situations that cause the issues and not something most of us would've run into, but Apple is proactively fixing them to avoid people running into it.
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    Here we go again.... iOS 13.1.2 has been released.
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    Do ya get the feeling they're rushing this a bit? Maybe they just bit off a bit more than they could chew with a new model iPhone, upgraded iOS and iPad OS plus Apple TV and Apple watch upgrades all to be ready for major macOS upgrade this month.
    I cant say I ran into any of the listed bugs on my two devices but obviously some did. Maybe I don't qualify as a "power user"?

    PS. I suggested my wife not bother to upgrade yet when iOS 13 was first released. I'm rather glad about that now.
    I used to be conceited but now I'm perfect.

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    Here we go again.... iOS 13.1.2 has been released.
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    I suggested my wife not bother to upgrade yet when iOS 13 was first released. I'm rather glad about that now
    Rod: in your wife's eyes, that's probably the first time you got anything right

    Ian
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    Here we go again.... iOS 13.1.2 has been released.
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    Here we go again.... iOS 13.1.2 has been released.
    Think I will wait a bit longer for my main iPhone and iPad.

    I have a iPad on the beta and an older iPhone on 13.1 I think.

    Not keen on the Reminders app and the more difficult way of flagging an email. Also updates are more complicated - a solution to a problem they need not have created, just to remove the updates tab.


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    Here we go again.... iOS 13.1.2 has been released.
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    Here we go again.... iOS 13.1.2 has been released.
    Also updated the AppleTV. Now it keeps wanting me to link it with another device, even though I did that with two devices already


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    Here we go again.... iOS 13.1.2 has been released.
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    Well it messed up my Fantastical2 calendar. I use the Apple Calendar for work since we have a shared calendar for events. I use Fantastical2 for my personal calendar. On my iPhone Fantastical2 works as it is supposed to. On my Watch it combines the events from both the Fantastical2 and Apple Calendars together. I have the Fantastical2 complication only on my watch face.

    I emailed Flexbits who developed Fantastical2 and they told me they are aware of the issue. It is an iOS problem but they are working on it. Jordan, the gentleman who replied, said he had the same problem on his watch. At least there is motivation to fix it.... I hope.

    What is most annoying is being notified for EVERYTHING! At work they list everyone's meetings, birthdays - including kids and grandkids, etc. So I have to look when my watch vibrates to see if the notice is for me.

    Oh, and don't get me started on the changes to reminders and app updates... but others have addressed these aggravations.

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    Here we go again.... iOS 13.1.2 has been released.
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    Oh, and don't get me started on the changes to reminders and app updates... but others have addressed these aggravations.
    We've been told that Reminders will be fixed when Catalina is released. The problem now is that with iOS 13 Reminders no longer sync. My question to Apple is what about those folks who do not upgrade to Catalina?

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    Here we go again.... iOS 13.1.2 has been released.
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    The problem now is that with iOS 13 Reminders no longer sync.
    Mine do. Am I missing something?
    Jake

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    Here we go again.... iOS 13.1.2 has been released.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MacInWin View Post
    Mine do. Am I missing something?
    Nope - just count yourself lucky Jake!

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    Here we go again.... iOS 13.1.2 has been released.
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    This seems like sloppy work by Apple. Camera not working, Flash not working, Bluetooth problems, calibration data not shown etc. I'm not on a rant, its just this is the third update within days and surely some of these obvious problems should have been recognised and fixed earlier?
    Totally agree, especially after having that many betas of all their OS versions, you would think some of this basic functionality would have been tested to be working. The other possibility is that these crazy situations that cause the issues and not something most of us would've run into,

    Maybe it's just my imagination, but this seems to be rather typical OS sloppy screw-ups that has been happening with most of apples OS upgrades and even updates with a lot of the versions the last few years.

    I don't know how they develop an OS upgrade, but I would expect them to keep and develop a good basic base OS and just add and/or make improvements to it. But from all issues, it seems that they almost start over from scratch and rewrite the whole operating system (OS) as if it were completely new, and then incorporate any new changes or improvements, some of which are not properly integrated.

    Why can't they just add the OS changes or improvement to an existing OS that was already good and working well???

    Also, why do they keep dropping small little features that many of us relied on?

    Maybe they should rethink about releasing a brand new OS every single year and fix ALL the things in a current major version before releasing a brand "New and Improved" OS complete with all its new and incompatible causing bugs.

    And like Ian, I'm not on an Apple rant but just a queary and a suggestion, and no I don't expext things to change.

    Just saying...



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    Here we go again.... iOS 13.1.2 has been released.
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    Quote Originally Posted by IWT View Post
    Rod: in your wife's eyes, that's probably the first time you got anything right

    Ian
    You got it Ian.
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