Apple increases production of iPhone 11

Apple iOS 13 is a disaster zone and, despite three rushed updates, the problems (some potentially dangerous) continue to mount. And now millions of iPhone owners risk being hit by another one.

Once again, iPhones are struggling to be phones. Adding to a serious issue which can force users to handle their phones when driving, I have been contacted by iPhone owners who have upgraded to iOS 13 and found they can barely make phone calls due to continual call dropping. Look online and the reports are spreading. Moreover, they seem to have gotten worse with the latest iOS 13.1.2 update.

AppleSupport dropping calls like crazy after iOS 13 update. Really bad after 13.1.2 update. Call will drop after 30 seconds to a minute. I use phone for business…not a good impression. iPhone X

AppleSupport Frequent no signal issue after updating to iOS 13.1.2 on my iPhone SE. I missed a lot of important business calls! The issue can’t be solved just by switching to airplane mode. It needs complete restart.

Have been having the WiFi issues ever since I upgraded to iOS 13, the call dropping seems to have come with 13.1.2.

AppleSupport iPhone 11 ProMax iOS 13.1.2 constant dropped calls. Called Apple support they refreshed something, called att they also refreshed something. Still happening. Wasn’t happening 6 days ago with iPhone X. Need help can’t use phone for business that’s dropping calls.

I knew why I never wanted to update my iPhone. All calls are dropping after a few seconds. Can you please release a new update or let us go back to the previous version @AppleSupport? iPhone xR, iOS 13.1.2

AppleSupport Ever since the latest IOS 13.1.2 I have been experiencing dropped calls on virtually every call made, the conversation all of a sudden sounds like it’s buffering and then it cuts.

Hey Siri, you screwed up my phone when you went to IOS 13.1.2. Now all my calls drop after 5 minutes, even on calls for work.

Similarly, when one user mentioned this issue on Apple Communities, five pages of replies followed while AppleSupport on Twitter is being bombarded. All of which highlights the vicious circle of the bug-filled iOS 13 release: it forces rapid-fire updates which, in turn, cause new problems themselves.

Furthermore, the latest iOS 13.2 beta is also affected by this issue. This suggests Apple has bigger fires to fight and, while that tells everything you need to know about why you should avoid iOS 13 at all costs right now, it means iPhones failing to be phones could continue for some time.

So while I’d love to advise iPhone owners to upgrade to iOS 13 for all the great secret features Apple has hidden, this is easily trumped by the priority of having a working handset afterwards. That’s also to say nothing of iOS mysteriously downgrading your accessories and making your repairs come back to haunt you.

Apple must get a grip on iOS 13, and soon.

Source: forbes

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