iOS 12.1 Beta Includes Fix For Charging Issues On iPhone And iPad

Last month when Apple released the final version of iOS 12 it was reported that some iPhone and iPad owners faced charging issues, but it has now been said that the latest iOS 12.1 beta is all set to fix that issues, once iOS 12.1 released to the public.

Take a nice look at what actually caused the charging issues. The issue was cropping up for the new iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max mostly, but other iOS devices were seeing the problem as well. For those of you who weren’t aware of what was going on with “chargegate”, the affected iOS devices were not registering a connected Lightning cable, and thus not charging when the phone’s display was not on.

With today’s release of the iOS 12.1 beta 2, it has now been confirmed that the latest version of the pre-release seed will include a fix for that charging issue, according to iMore’s Rene Ritchie.

Note: It’s worth clarifying that this seemed like a minor issue across the board, with many iPhone and iPad owners not affected by it. Although there are millions of devices as well as small users can pretty much big. It appears that Apple has acknowledged the fact and working on fixing that issue and will have it out to the general public sooner rather than later.

However, we exactly don’t know or tipped iOS 12.1 launch date at this point, but we only know that the new software update will also come with more than 70+ new Emojis when it arrives later this year.

If your iOS device running into this chargegate issue? Stay tuned for more updates on this.

(Via: Twitter @reneritchie)

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