Apple today released iOS 13.2.2 to iPhone and iPad users, and everyone should have received the push. This is an urgent minor update after the release of iOS 13.2 last week, mainly to fix bugs, including improvements to RAM management, cellular data performance and more.

The previous version of the iOS 13.2.1 update was mainly for the HomePod release, which also fixes the BUG, ​​which solves the problem that HomePod is bricked after updating iOS 13.2.

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iOS 13.2.2 : iOS 13.2.2 includes bug fixes and improvements for the iPhone. This update:

• Fixed an issue where an app that might be running in the background quits unexpectedly
• Resolved an issue where the iPhone might temporarily have no cellular network service after the call ended
• Resolved an issue where cellular data might be temporarily unavailable

• Fixed an account that caused the Exchange Room S / MIME encrypted e-mail reply to the question can not be read
• may be prompted to solve the authentication when using Kerberos single sign-on service in the Safari browser issue
• Fixed interfaces using lightning-powered accessories YubiKey possible interruption of the charging issue

the same This week, Apple released the first developer beta of iOS 13.3, which brings screen time communication restrictions and a switch to turn off Animoji and Memoji stickers on the emoji keyboard.