Updating iOS 12.1.2 Could Break Messaging, Calling, And Cellular Data

Karamchand Rameshwar - Dec 24, 2018

Updating iOS 12.1.2 Could Break Messaging, Calling, And Cellular Data

Many iPhone owners have been reporting that their phones can't send messages, make phone calls or use LTE data after updating to iOS 12.1.2.

Apple just released the new iOS 12.1.2 last week for its iPhone devices, but it has not been going well with many users complaining and reporting many issues. Only a short time after rolling out the first build, Apple released a second one to replace the initial update with a new build number, not changing the well-recognised version number. The initial update had the build number 16C101, while re-release one has the build number 16C104.

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The new iOS 12.1.2 was aimed to fix some issues related to the eSIM support on the three new iPhone devices which are iPhone XR, iPhone XS, and iPhone XS Max. However, there have been a lot of reports from iPhone owners saying that they have been having issues with the cellular data after updating the new iOS 12.1.2.

iPhone users from Asia, South America, and Asia have gone to social networking site Twitter and tweeted to Apple directly saying that their iPhone devices can’t use LTE data anymore. In the North America regions, users in the US are among the most heavily-affected ones.

Many owners have been reporting that they can’t receive, send text messages or even make phone calls. Some of them have had issues with the Wi-Fi connectivity as well.

For anyone who is experiencing problems with messaging, cellular data and message or more, Apple should roll out iOS 12.1.3 pretty soon though maybe Apple is busy making sure that their iPhone devices are not going to be banned.

If you are among the lucky ones that haven’t update the iOS 12.1.2 yet, we would strongly recommend you to stay still and wait for fixes from Apple.


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