Apple Inc Releases iOS 8.1.2 Update For iPhone, iPad To Fix Bugs And Disappearing Ringtones

SHAFAQNA – Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) has released yet another update for its iOS firmware, taking the version to iOS 8.1.2. The latest software update follows a series of frequent updates that the company has released since the public launch of the iOS 8, iPhone 6, and iPhone 6 Plus.

We decided to take the latest update for a spin and see if it resolves any bugs for us.

The update does not feature any major visual changes or added features. According to the official change log, iOS 8.1.2 instead features a number of bug fixes and performance enhancements.

The change log also mentions a specific bug that had been plaguing users since the release of iOS 8.1.1, where any ringtone bought from iTunes had been deleted off users’ iPhones.

The new iOS 8.1.2 update also breaks the TaiG jailbreak even though the team behind the jailbreak exploits claims to have a crack for the latest firmware as well.

Any users, therefore, looking to preserve their jailbreak should refrain from updating their device or they could lose their jailbreak and all associated data.

When Apple released iOS 8.1.1 to the public just three weeks ago, the update included a fix that broke the Pangu 8 jailbreak exploit.

The new firmware is also expected to improve Wi-Fi connectivity for users of older devices such as the iPhone 5, who had been experiencing inconsistent Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity.

The update is also expected to include performance improvements for users of the iPhone 4S as well as the iPad 2.

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Apple has been very busy in updating both iOS and Mac OS X lately, as it continues to make its software infrastructure more closely knit with a focus on integration between different Apple devices.

The company recently began rolling out iOS 8.2 beta 2 to developers as it looks to integrate its mobile operating system with the upcoming Apple Watch. iOS 8.2, which is likely to be the next iOS update to be rolled out to the public, is expected to be a more significant update that may introduce new features and functionality in addition to further bug fixes.

In addition to iOS for iPhones and iPads, the company also just began seeding the third beta for OS X Yosemite 10.10.2 to developers.

You can update your iPhone to iOS 8.1.2 right now directly from your device, using the Over The Air update option. Simply navigate to the Settings app on your iPhone and navigate to “Software Update” in the “General” section.

Another way to update your device is to connect your iPhone to your computer using a USB cable and get the update via iTunes.

Make sure to back up your device via iCloud or on your computer through iTunes before you update your device, in case of any unforeseen errors during the process.

We will be updating this space with more news on the latest updates from Apple as they are released.

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