iPhone 13, iPhone 12 call drops? THIS just happened!
- Much to the surprise of their owners, iPhone 13 and iPhone 12 were found suffering from a, of all things, call drops glitch.
In what was a seriously weird situation, users were seen complaining about, of all things, iPhone 13 and iPhone 12 call drops glitch. These are stemming from the release of iOS 15 and in its wake it has brought a lot of bugs. However, even though Apple has been releasing fixes, some new issue keep creeping in. The call drop issue was a really serious one and Apple was forced to rush in a quick fix for the iPhone 13 and iPhone 12 call drops glitch. This came in the form of the latest iOS 15.1.1 update, which claims to have fixed the issue. Commenting on the latest development, Apple has said that the iOS 15.1.1 release is all about getting the call drop glitch fixed.
As per the information, the iOS 15.1.1 will fix the call drop performance on iPhone 13, iPhone 13 Mini, iPhone 13 Pro, iPhone 13 Pro Max, iPhone 12, iPhone 12 Mini, iPhone 12 Pro, and iPhone 12 Pro Max. It can be noted that the update is secured for these iPhones only.
Even under strong network coverage a lot of call drops were happening due to the bug. Now, as per the claims, with the new update the issue should be fixed, although the same is yet to be verified by many users.
Also, the last iOS 15.1 update for all eligible iPhones had brought the SharePlay feature that allows users to watch Apple TV+ shows and play games together on an audio/video call.
Meanwhile, the iPhone 13 series continues to be available with special bank offers and exchange offers. Also, a price drop has been seen in the iPhone 12 series since the launch of iPhone 13. After the price drop you can get your hands on them for as low as ₹42,999 for the base iPhone 12 Mini variant.
Talking about iPhone 13 series, it can be said that it got notable improvements over the iPhone 12 models from last year. The non-Pro models see a smaller display notch, the new A15 Bionic chipset, new camera sensors with improved stability, and a better battery life. The Pro models get the 120Hz ProMotion display, bigger camera sensors with the ProRes video codec, and larger batteries.
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