Here are iOS 13.1.2 and iPadOS 13.1.2 release notes, changelog and new features / changes that you may need to know about.

Apple today released iOS 13.1.2 and iPadOS 13.1.2 to the public, and the updates bring plenty of new bug fixes to iPhone and iPads around the globe.

Apple has been on a breakneck update pace since the release of iOS 13 a couple of weeks ago. It’s unheard of for us to have this many updates to a new release before we even get out of September.

But updates are good. Often they bring with them hot new features for us to play with, but this time we’re getting bug fixes instead. And that’s arguably the even better. It’s certainly more important.

The full iOS and iPadOS changelogs are now available for those who want to know what has gone into these updates, and there is a lot. It’s all about fixing problems, with some biggies now nuked.

If you were having problems with iCloud backups continuing to show a progress bar even though the process was complete, this update is for you. If you found that the Camera app would simply refuse to work, you’re in luck. The same goes for shortcuts not running on HomePod and Bluetooth not connecting to certain cars properly.

The changes are mentioned as follows:

iOS 13.1.2 includes bug fixes and improvements for your iPhone. This update:
– Fixes a bug where the progress bar for iCloud Backup could continue to show after a successful backup
– Fixes an issue where Camera may not work
– Addresses an issue where the flashlight may not activate
– Fixes a bug that could result in a loss of display calibration data
– Fixes an issue where shortcuts could not be run from HomePod
– Addresses an issue where Bluetooth may disconnect on certain vehicles

iPadOS 13.1.2:
– iPadOS 13.1.2 includes bug fixes and improvements for your iPad. This update:
– Fixes a bug where the progress bar for iCloud Backup could continue to show after a successful backup
– Fixes an issue where shortcuts could not be run from HomePod

Has your favorite bug been fixed? If it has, then that’s great news. If it hasn’t, fret not. There’s still plenty of updates to come before iOS 14 and iPadOS 14!

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