Apple rolls out iOS 13.2.2 update to fix multi-tasking bug

Joanna Estrada
November 8, 2019

Apple had pushed out its iOS 13.2 update last week which introduced a new Deep Fusion camera feature on the latest iPhone models.

Apple's iOS 13 had a rocky start ever since its release in September and this iOS version is still very buggy.

As per the changelog provided by Apple, one of the most notable changes that iOS 13.2.2 and iPadOS 13.2.2 bring is the fix for the issue that was causing apps to quit unexpectedly when running in the background.

You should be able to download the iOS 13.2.2 update to your phone now, or at least in the next few hours. That means background apps were refreshing more than usual, and iOS had to reload them when users went back to those apps.

Specifically for iPhone users, iOS 13.2.2 also fixes a couple of cellular issues. It also addresses a problem where mobile data becomes temporarily not available.

The 100MB update is designed mostly for bug fixes, so you shouldn't expect any brand new features in this minor upgrade. iOS 13.3 is already in the beta phase though, and that may bring larger updates to your phone. The company continues to be under pressure to fix other issues on iOS 13, and it's safe to say the quality of iOS has decreased significantly since iOS 12, and the iOS 13 release has been nearly identical to the problematic iOS 11 rollout.

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