Apple releases iOS 12.0.1 to fix XS charging issue

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Apple says iOS 12.0.1 "fixes an issue where some iPhone XS devices did not immediately charge when connected to a Lightning cable".

iOS 12.0.1, released today, promises to address that.

Last week, we reported on an iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max charging bug that saw some handsets fail to receive power if plugged in while the display was asleep.

iPhone and iPad owners, the time to update has come again.

If you're experiencing issues with your iPhone, update to the latest version of iOS right now. Apple also fixed a bug that caused iPhone XS devices to rejoin the slower 2.4GHz connection of a WiFi network rather than the faster 5GHz connection, fixed an issue with subtitles in video apps, and restored the '.?123' key to its original position on the iPad keyboard. Since a full restore fixed the LTE and Wi-Fi bugs, it seems plausible that iOS 12.0.1 does as well. Finally, the update fixes an issue where Bluetooth can become unavailable.

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The update is only around 100MB and is now available to download on all compatible devices.

Additionally, iOS 12.0.1 also patches the security vulnerability discovered last week that may have allowed an attacker to bypass a passcode and view photos or contacts from the Lock screen using VoiceOver, according to Apple's security content page.

If you want it all in Apple's words, the company's release notes are below.

The update is about 157MB in size and if you don't set iOS to Auto Update, you can download it under Settings General Software update.

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