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iOS 12.0.1 is here and it brings some crucial fixes . That said, following a flurry of user complaints, we know now also contains several new bugs while doubling down on what is arguably
  
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Picking up from where iOS 12 left off, iOS 12.0.1 is still sending iMessages to the wrong people. Often with truly uncomfortable consequences . Additionally, it appears Apple has no plan to fix this.

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Despite reports of iMessage accidentally sending messages to ex-wives, ex-husbands and children, Apple has been counting users this is a new "feature" for iOS 12. It stems from Apple now organizing all Contacts by Apple ID, so if family members or friends share an ID now all these messages are shared simultaneously with everyone who has that ID.

 

The move has been seen as an attempt by Apple to push users into each having their own Apple ID, while sharers have long enjoyed sharing because it only means buying apps and iTunes content once.

is understandable . Users are understandable . This is also playing havoc with users who have work and leisure devices with different emails and phone numbers but the same Apple ID since now all their communications are mixed together .

Apple iOS 12 added new Animoji features into iMessage but caused chaos for users at the same time by grouping disparate.

But while this may be the most embarrassing issue in iOS 12.0.1, it's far from the only one. conversations together Gordon Kelly

   
  

 

[196590001] 3 4 19659037] 5 6 7 8 9 etc.). Siden upgrading, owners of both new and old iPhones are finding their phones either do not make or receive calls. Similarly, investigative site PiunikaWeb has found iOS 12.0.1 does nothing to fix the 4G / LTE connectivity problems suffered by a lot of new iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max owners.

, 6 7 8 etc), as has WiFi ( 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 etc.) and battery life problems are once again surfacing 1 2 3 4 5 6 19659003] 7 8 9 etc) on an iOS generation, which Apple has promoted as being all about efficiency, stability and speed.

iOS 12.0.1 does address the well-publicized iPhone charging issue but for an update which is purely a bug fix, it actually appears to introduce issues than the ( secret feature-packed ) iOS 12.

IOS 12.0.1 Upgrade Guide Recommendation from "Hold" to an iOS 12.0.1 Upgrade Guide Consequently, unless your iPhone is suffering from the iOS 12 charging error, I'd suggest you steer clear for now "avoid".

Safe to say, while iOS 12.1 is already in beta testing, I now expect a new iOS 12.0.2 dedicated bug fix to arrive first …

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iOS 12.0.1 is here and it brings some critical fixes . That said, following a flurry of user complaints, we know now it also contains several new bugs while doubling down on what is arguably
   Apple
  
's
most embarrassing problem in recent years …

Picking up from where iOS 12 left off, iOS 12.0.1 is still sending iMessages to the wrong people. Often with truly uncomfortable consequences . Moreover, it seems Apple has no plan to fix this.

 

Despite reports of iMessage accidentally sending messages to ex-wives, ex-husbands and children, Apple has been counting users this is a new "feature" for iOS 12. It stems from Apple now organizing all Contacts by Apple ID, so if family members or friends share an ID now all these messages are shared simultaneously with everyone who has that ID.

 

The move has been seen as an attempt by Apple to push users into each having their own Apple ID, while sharers have long enjoyed sharing because it only means buying apps and iTunes content once.

is understandable . Given that Apple did not announce this feature in advance, the surprise and anger of affected. This is also playing havoc with users who have work and leisure devices with different emails and phone numbers but the same Apple ID since now all their communications are mixed together .

 

Apple iOS 12 added new Animoji features into iMessage but caused chaos for users at the same time by grouping disparate.

But while this may be the most embarrassing issue in iOS 12.0.1, it's far from the only one. conversations together Gordon Kelly

   

 

[196590001] 3 4 19659037] 5 6 7 8 9 etc.). Siden upgrading, owners of both new and old iPhones are finding their phones either do not make or receive calls. Similarly, investigative site PiunikaWeb has found iOS 12.0.1 does nothing to fix the 4G / LTE connectivity problems suffered by a lot of new iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max owners.

, 6 7 8 etc), as has WiFi ( 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 etc.) and battery life problems are once again surfacing 1 2 3 4 5 6 19659003] 7 8 9 etc) on an iOS generation, which Apple has promoted as being all about efficiency, stability and speed.

iOS 12.0.1 does address the well-publicized iPhone charging issue but for a update which is purely a bug fix, it actually appears to introduce issues than the ( secret feature-packed ) iOS 12.

IOS 12.0.1 Upgrade Guide Recommendation from "Hold" to an iOS 12.0.1 Upgrade Guide Consequently, unless your iPhone is suffering from the iOS 12 charging error, I'd suggest you steer clear for now "avoid".

Safe to say, while iOS 12.1 is already in beta testing, I now expect a new iOS 12.0.2 dedicated bug fix to arrive first …

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