Personal Hotspot Bug Plaguing Devices, Temporary Fix Shared

Ruben Fields
March 24, 2020

For now, the iOS 13.4 is bringing a redesigned Mail app, new Memoji and Animoji stickers, and iCloud Folder Sharing, among other minor updates.

Apple acknowledges there is indeed a bug on the Personal Hotspot feature although it may cover only some. According to a MacRumors report, in an internal document distributed to Apple Authorized Service Providers this week, Apple has acknowledged that some iOS 13 or iPadOS 13 users may experience issues with Personal Hotspot.

As a temporary workaround, service providers have been instructed to toggle Personal Hotspot off, and then back on. The centers were advised to expect a lot of customer complaining of such issues of frequent disconnection. It is now unclear whether the Cupertino company will release an update to address this issue, but Apple plans to introduce iOS 13.4 to users on March 24.

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In British Columbia, provincial Health Officer Bonnie Henry acknowledged concerns about that province's similar shift in testing. The release didn't specify what Kenney would be speaking about, but in her update on Saturday, deputy chief medical officer Dr.

The iPhone that Apple is expected to release in 2022 is rumored to come with a "periscope"-style camera that could dramatically boost the quality of zoom photos compared to today's iPhones with standard zoom cameras". Reports of hotspot headaches began emerging last fall, some weeks after iOS 13's release. But Apple has to work in the future updates of the O.S. and fix the issue.

Find My is a new feature in iOS 13 that packs Find My Friends and Find My iPhone into one app. The latter is an exciting addition to the app, as it will allow you to customize the app to receive alerts when someone arrives at a place like school or work, and will alert you when someone does not arrive there in time. Apple has been trying to fix the issue, but it seems it is still not resolved.

Sure, Apple is famed for its privacy; however, a bit extra transparency in relation to speaking with its iPad and iPhone owners must occur.

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