IOS 12.0.1 Officially Released with ‘Chargegate’ and Wi-Fi Bug Fixes

With iOS 12.0 final released recently, iOS 12.1 beta out in test with developers, and iOS 12.0.1 now in the hands of the public, all in the space of just over couple of weeks, we're going to look at the changes and security content of that interim firmware release.

Along with the charging issue, the iOS 12.0.1 also fixes the issues with Wi-Fi.

iOS 12.0.1 includes bug fixes and improvements for your iPhone and iPad.

Resolves an issue that could cause iPhone XS devices to rejoin a Wi-Fi network at 2.4 GHz instead of 5 GHz.

Apple has released iOS 12.0.1 today, exterminating some nasty, ugly bugs that might have kept you from fully enjoying your brand new Apple iPhone XS or iPhone XS Max.

There was also an issue with Lightning charging; some iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max phones failed to begin charging when connected to their power source through the Lightning port until after the screen was turned on.

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It's worth noting that anecdotal user reports suggested that this software bug could be addressed by a full iTunes restore without a backup.

Today, Apple released a minor update to iOS 12.

Apple iPad users will notice that the "123" number key on the tablet's virtual QWERTY keyboard is back at its pre-iOS 12 location.

Finally, the update will fix a small issue that prevented some subtitles appearing in videos. Apple switched the position of the key with the one for emoji/language in iOS 12.

To grab the latest updates, head to your devices settings menu, tap General, and then select Software Update.

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