Last week, Apple launched iOS 12.3 for iPhones and iPads worldwide, and now we have another minor update – iOS 12.3.1 will fix some errors. And this is not all. Apple has released this week an additional update for MacOS 10.14.5 to fix some issues with the T2 chip on the MacBook Pros due to the user's complaint.
iOS 12.3.1 rolled out with bug fixes and enhancements
Its primary focus has problems with the messenger program. The problem was from an error that prevents the Report Trash option from appearing. Another problem was with the unknown transmitters that appeared in the inbox, and it shouldn't. The last problem was with the VoLTE calls that were affected. Also the patch notes with iOS 1
- The VoLTE calls are now and the error that prevented the call is gone;
- The Messenger app is, and the problem causing the unknown transmitters to display in your call list has disappeared;
- The Report trash link will now appear in Messages threads from unknown sources; The problem is solved.
- And of course, several security updates have been implemented with this update.
To learn more about the release from Apple, visit its support website.
macOS 10.14. 5 came out to fix some errors
On the other hand, the MacOS support documentation is not that much useful. The information from there suggests that the update 10.14.5 is focused on the issue we've been talking about, the T2 chip for newer MacBook Pro devices. We don't know exactly what the problem is with the T2 chip, but Apple has released this update to fix it.
The complaint came from various users using Apple's device, and they have recorded an audio problem with various pro-audio devices. Finally, the T2 update also comes with security changes.
On the other hand, we'll find out more about the changes Apple will add to iOS 13 and MacOS 10.15 at the WWDC event from San Jose, June 3.
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