iOS 13.2 is making iPhone users lose their progress on apps

If you are one of those people who are still using iOS 12, then, believe it or not, but you are one of the lucky ones. Apple’s iOS 13.2 has been one of the most bug-ridden Apple software in recent releases, and iPhone owners have nothing but loads of complaints regarding the latest update. iOS 13.2 is available on all iOS 13 compatible devices. If you have an iPhone 6S or any newer version or the current Pod 7th generation, then you might be aware of the new software release.

The Apple iOS 13.2 was released with super-smart features to woo the iPhone users, but sadly, it turned out to be a sad buggy mess. One of the bugs is so extreme that it is even causing the new iPhone 11 Pro to crash out apps when they are not in use. iPhone users are not very happy with the mobile platform’s aggressive RAM management system. Due to this, the users are losing their progress on the apps after switching to any other app for mere seconds.

One user said that they put Youtube in the background for just a minute to reply to a text, and when they went back on Youtube, it had already reloaded losing the video they were watching, and to put the cherry on the top, it all happened on iPhone 11 Pro. The app taking the worst hit seems to be Safari. “Safari can’t even keep a single tab open in the background, every app boots from scratch, and using iOS feels like it has regressed to the pre-multitasking days,” Nick Heer of PixelEnvy wrote.

It is still unclear whether the bug is in iOS 13 or the latest release iOS 13.2 or if the new camera system is responsible for the glitches.

One of the biggest problems is that users are losing their entire progress in apps due to poor RAM management. The problems being reported range from losing entire drafts of emails after switching to another app for just a few seconds to iOS, not be able to keep track of the YouTube video that was playing. The reason for all these problems being the iOS’s constant rebooting of apps in the background to manage shifting RAM loads.

Although a major problem, it is not the first one after the release of iOS 13. A few days ago, it was deemed not safe upgrading your Apple HomePod. iOS 13.2 update for Apple’s HomePod offered a brilliant feature that would enable the HomePod to tell different user’s voices apart, but the upgrade turned out to be a major disaster and was made to disappear the very same evening it was released.

The reason was that many users reported that it was bricking HomPods. HomePod users found that connecting the iPhones that were upgraded to iOS 13.2 broke Apple Music, and when attempted to reset, their HomePods were stuck in an endless loop. So if you are still working with iOS 12, then it is strongly advised not to upgrade until Apple fixes there new upgrade.

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