The latest version of iOS 13.1.2 has only recently been released, but has already become the cause of user complaints. The patch was supposed to fix a number of problems found in the new mobile operating system, but instead added an even bigger headache to users. It is reported that this update caused an avalanche of phone call failures. About a minute after the start of the call, the call could end abnormally.
Also, there were reports that the smartphone does not display incoming calls, and some users may have muted the speaker and microphone during a conversation. According to one version, this can be fixed by resetting the network settings. To do this, go to Settings> General> Reset> Reset network settings.
Another problem concerns the abnormally fast discharge of the battery, while the system may generate messages about battery overheating. At the moment, there is no solution to the problem, and the company from Cupertino is silent. Meanwhile, complaints have already flooded social networks.
Currently, the only solution is to refuse to install the iOS 13.1.2 update. Whether forced rollback to the previous version will help in this case is not yet clear.
At the same time, we note that earlier iOS 13.2 beta 2 was promptly recalled by the development company, since it caused malfunctions on the 2018 iPad Pro tablets. Moreover, they were so serious that even recovery in DFU mode did not always help.