Mobile News Apple's latest update fixed a major bug, but also made matters worse for many iPhone users


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Late last week, Apple rolled out iOS 12.1.4. The update removed two vulnerabilities, one involving a "memory corruption issue" and the other allowed "an application to execute arbitrary code with kernel privileges." But more famously, the update also removed the Group FaceTime bug and re-enabled the feature on affected iPhone units. So, this is obviously a build of Apple's mobile operating system that you would want to install on your iPhone, right?

But lately, iOS updates have been known for other problems, such as breaking both cellular data and Wi-Fi connectivity. ...

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