The fourth quarter of 2018 has not just been steadily sailing for Apple. After seeing the stock price skyrocket for months, Apple finally became the first company in history to cross $ 1 trillion in market value earlier this year. However, several independent reports quickly went to Apple that Apple had cut iPhone output several times due to lower than expected demand. To make matters worse, Apple announced that it would stop reporting iPhone sales figures along with quarterly reports. The movement sent speculation that Apple could not see any final insight into falling iPhone sales, and the company's stock market fell even more as a result. The Apple stock has lost more than a quarter of its value in just two months, and Apple's market value fell to $ 71
On the product side, there has been a bit of a roller coaster also year. Apple's current iPhone, iPad Pro and Mac computer summary is the company's best ever, but small issues continue to emerge. Last week, people began complaining that their new iPad Pro tablets were being bent and now people from all over the world say Apple's latest iOS 12.1.2 update violates iPhones.
As mentioned at the weekend by a tech blog called Techspot hundreds of iPhone users around the world report some serious issues with Apple's latest iOS update. The iOS 12.1.2 update was first released last week, with the main goal of fixing an error with eSIM support on iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max and iPhone XR. Apple ended up making a new version of its iOS 12.1.2 update a few days later to solve unknown issues with the first building, but apparently not all the wrinkles were ironed out.
According to hundreds of posts across social media like Twitter, Facebook and Reddit, iOS 12.1.2 causes a serious problem for iPhone users. Here, is one of many examples . What is the problem? Well, some users who have installed the update can no longer use LTE most or even all the time. Users report that their phones will no longer send or receive data over LTE, and messages will no longer be sent. Some users report that voice calls also fail, and a small number of users say the issues also extend to Wi-Fi data connections.
Affected users have been found in India, Europe, South America and elsewhere, but the highest concentration of problems seems to be in North America. And the bad news is that there is no known solution at this time. Apple support has reportedly been telling users to reset their phones at the factory, but it is unclear whether a reset would solve the problem. Going into the iPhone's mobile settings and disabling LTE to force the phone to 3G and older 4G networks seems to help in some cases, but not all. Apple has not yet commented on the problem, but if you haven't already installed iOS 12.1.2 on your iPhone, you may want to continue letting iOS 12.1.3 be released.